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The unfortunate reality is that there is no way to determine whether fees are reasonable. In the legal field, I have seen attorney's charge as low as $40 an hour to many hundreds of dollars an hour. Yet, when all is said and done, the $400 an hour attorney might be charging for 1 hour of work and the $40 an hour attorney might be charging for 10 hours of work. Thus, I always tell people not to consider the fees unless they are so far out of reason that it is absurd. In this case, the fee doesn't shock me. Thus, I would say it is reasonable. In fact, as a general rule, I have found the attorneys that charge a little more are trying to maintain their workload and insure adequate time/resources to manage their cases appropriately. Granted, I am sure there are many exceptions to my experience.
In any event, you should consider other factors. Is the attorney responsive? Does he take more than 1 business day to return a phone call or email? Does he seem to respond to your questions? Does he seem sharp and know the law? Does he give you good with the bad news? My experience is that the attorneys who always give good are normally not the best. Law is difficult, has a lot of exceptions, and has a lot of uncertainty. The answer you want is not necessarily the right answer - so I always feel a little more comfortable when the analysis is critical of both the good and the bad points.
In the end, you have to use your judgment to make the best decision you can.