That is not unreasonable. There are a handful of lawyers who do this work really well. Make sure you have someone good.
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Get quotes from other attorneys recommended by the local bar association to give you some peace of mind about reasonable fees.
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Given the amount of work required, particularly if your mother has substantial assets - and it sounds from your description that she does - a fee of $5,300 does not sound unreasonable. However, if you're unsure, you should contact some other reputable estate planning attorneys in your area to see what they would charge for that work. I would suggest that you look up some estate planning attorneys in NY on Avvo and either email or telephone some of them to find out what their fees would be.
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