Lawyers who worked on the Portland, Ore., archdiocese bankruptcy case have submitted a legal bill for more than $18 million.

The tab includes $10.8 million in fees and $1 million in expenses charged by four law firms representing the archdiocese. The rest are expenses and fees charged by attorneys and experts working for other parties, including a committee of plaintiffs. In Bankruptcy Court, the party seeking protection pays for everyone’s lawyers.