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Essentially, an attorney’s value is based on 1) his eexprience; 2) his ability to find answers in the law; and 3) his time.An attorney will charge you the reasonable value of his time.So what is reasonable? Reasonable is whatever you and he agree upon. I know that the attorneys (depending on the areas of law) charge anywhere from $125 $400 per hour (general areas) depending on the nature and complexity of a matter. And this includes, not only time you spend with him/her, but time on the phone, and time researching your question.While an attorney may require a retainer (deposit) to be applied against his fee, he will almost never charge a monthly fee. Or, he and you could agree to a “flat fee” for particular services.In your case, you seem to be seeking basic legal advice on a myriad of matters. In your case, and based on the nature of the issues listed, you may be the RARE case where a prepaid legal plan might be a useful alternative. (Indeed, you are the first person I have ever seen articulate a use for such plans that would be useful and cost-effective).