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When a legal challenge disrupts your life, seeking help from a lawyer early, is critical.

It can be difficult to make that first contact. Our aim is to make it as easy as possible for you. We aim to provide the reassurance you need to make sure you can be comfortable with the whole process that you are undertaking.

We also aim to relieve the uncertainty associated with that first contact by offering an obligation free initial consult.

So, there’s nothing to lose to find out exactly where you stand.

Speak with a lawyer today and start the process of getting yourself back to a better place.

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Choosing the right lawyer

When the unexpected happens and you need to engage a lawyer, choosing the right lawyer for you and your matter, is crucial.

Not only will you be looking for the legal expertise and experience you need, you’ll want to know you can develop a trusted relationship with your legal team.

Our lawyers have a knack to understand our clients’ needs. We work side by side, from day one, to achieve optimal results.

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How we charge

We understand that fees can be a barrier to many people seeking the legal advice they need. We are open and transparent about how we charge.

We offer a range of billing options from ‘no win no fee’ in personal compensation matters, to fixed fees for estate planning and commercial law.

Where suitable, we also offer hourly billing.

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