N.Y.S. F.C.A. Article 2. Part 4. Section 245: Regulation of Fees of Attorneys for Children

New York State Family Court Act
Article 2. Administration, Medical Examinations, Attorneys for Children, Auxiliary Services
Part 4. Attorneys for Children
Section § 245. Compensation

(a) If the office of court administration proceeds pursuant to subdivision (a) of section two hundred forty-three of this chapter, the agreement shall provide that the society shall be reimbursed on a cost basis for services rendered under the agreement. The agreement shall contain a general plan for the organization and operation of the providing of law guardians by the respective legal aid society, approved by the said administrative board, and the office of court administration may require such reports as it deems necessary from the society.

(b) If an appellate division proceeds pursuant to subdivision (b) of such section two hundred forty three, the agreement may provide that the attorney or attorneys shall be reimbursed on a cost basis for services rendered under the agreement. The agreement shall contain a general plan for the organization and operation of the providing of law guardians by the respective attorney or attorneys, and the appellate division may require such reports as it deems necessary from the attorney or attorneys.

(c) If an appellate division proceeds pursuant to subdivision [c] of such section two hundred forty three, law guardians shall be compensated and allowed expenses and disbursements in the same amounts established by subdivision three of section thirty-five of the judiciary law.