How much do attorneys get paid?

Answer An attorney's average first-year salary is $57,000; for 1 to 4 years, an average salary of $66,000; 5 to 9 years, an average salary of $91,500, and from 10 to 19 years: $112,000. Attorneys with ove... Read More »

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How do attorneys get paid ssi benefits?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to low-income individuals who have not paid a sufficient amount of Social Security taxes throughout their work h... Read More »

Do all attorneys get paid the same in estate cases?

Attorneys who work in the field of estate cases, also known as estate planning, are not all paid the same salary. As of 2010, an estate planning attorney in private practice gets paid a median annu... Read More »

How much do corporate attorneys make?

The PayScale Report reveals that as of May 2010, corporate attorneys start with an annual salary of $59,180 to $117,916. At one to four years of experience, they earn $65,569 to $119,997, and at fi... Read More »

How much do patent attorneys make?

According to May 2006 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, attorneys (including attorneys specializing in patent law) earned a median yearly salary of $102,470. Mid-range salaries ranged from ... Read More »