A petition for extraordinary compensation must include, or be accompanied by, a statement of the facts upon which the petition is based. The statement of facts must:
(1) Show the nature and difficulty of the tasks performed;
(2) Show the results achieved;
(3) Show the benefit of the services to the estate;
(4) Specify the amount requested for each category of service performed;
(5) State the hourly rate of each person who performed services and the hours spent by each of them;
(6) Describe the services rendered in sufficient detail to demonstrate the productivity of the time spent; and
(7) State the estimated amount of statutory compensation to be paid by the estate, if the petition is not part of a final account or report.
Rule 7.702 adopted effective January 1, 2003.