Law Advice in United Kingdom
File a claim or defence in court
Provide legal support for litigation and adaptation, detailing and translation.
If you were provided with a poor-quality service or sold a defective product, we can help you protect your consumer rights.
We can assist with discrimination, dismissal, non-payment of wages, redundancy and illegal actions in the workplace.
* If the divorce occurs amicably and by mutual agreement of the parties.
* We can assist you with preparing your Wills, Lasting Power of Attorney or Trust. We will prepare the application for the Grant of Probate and liaise on your behalf with HMRC.
* We will represent you in Magistrates Courts if you are charged with drink driving or driving without a valid issuance.
Do You know how many barristers in the UK?
Who is the barrister?
A barrister is a type of lawyer in common law jurisdictions.
Price per hour for the barrister’ service is roughly between £200 – £300 per hour.
Most of the legal issues that clients contact us about are resolved by us without difficulty, and the level of complexity of the problem does not require payment of a disproportionately high hourly rate for a specialist that you do not need. The cost of our services is, on average, £150 per hour; or we may offer a fixed fee for the entire work process in cases where the claim is up to £10,000 and/or if the task and your instructions are disproportionate to the amount of your overall costs. We also offer a flexible approach and are ready to consider other payment methods, depending on your case.
“The client never wants to be told he can’t do what he wants to do; he wants to be told how to do it, and it is lawyer’s business to tell him how”. Elihu Root
Mon-Fri, 09:00am – 6:00pm
+44 (0)208 528 3888
We do not call or purport to be solicitors nor do we carry out any reserved legal activities therefore we do not need to be regulated by the law society. When necessary by statute or otherwise your claim in court will be conducted by a practicing Solicitor or Barrister (we do not engage in litigation and outsource this to Solicitors or Barristers).