Part of the compensation for attorneys in the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy case will be held back until the case is resolved, a District of Delaware judge ruled Wednesday.

The unopposed motion for a 20% holdback until resolution, rather than quarterly, is the latest step toward the Boy Scouts and their insurers pooling funds for more than 84,000 sexual abuse survivors while their related legal fees continue to climb toward what’s been estimated to be around $150 million by the end of summer.