How much will it cost?
How we calculate our fees is tailored depending on the type of work you want us to do.
For ongoing matters, will enter into a costs agreement with you as and when required under legislation, which sets out our method of charging and an estimate of your costs.
We endeavour to provide you with transparency and certainty in relation to your legal costs.
Will I have to go to court?
It is inevitable that some cases will not be resolved by the parties alone.
However, it is usually most beneficial to all parties if the matter can be resolved without the cost and uncertainty involved in going to court.
Wherever possible, we will (on your instructions) enter into negotiations throughout the course of your matter so that you achieve the best possible outcome in a timely and cost-efficient manner.
How long will my matter take?
This will depend on the type of matter, the need to investigate, the availability of witnesses, the availability of the court and many other factors.
However, we will discuss likely time frames with you and give you our best estimate.
Do you offer “no win, no fee”?
For certain personal injuries matters, our firm and the barrister we engage will act for you on a “no win, no fee” basis.
Please see our personal injuries page for more information.
In which areas of law do you practice?
Some of the areas in which we practice include:
- Personal injuries and compensation
- Family law
- Commercial law
- Residential conveyancing
- Wills and estates
- Criminal law
- Notary Public
- Employment law
- Migration and citizenship
Please see our Services page for more information.