Frequently Asked Questions
Please contact our office via telephone 020 3637 3119 or 07904474119.
We are open Monday to Friday from 9:30 am– 6pm and Saturday from 12noon – 4pm.
Alternatively you may also contact us via email at email@example.com
Our practice is based in Plaistow. We are in very close proximity to Stratford tube and bus station so if you are traveling via public transport it will only be a short bus ride (Bus 69,262 and 473 ) to our office. From Stratford station our office is a 20 mins walk and 5 mins drive.
Our practice is known for providing sophisticated legal advice, representation to businesses and private clients efficiently. We are also cost effective. We deal with matters such as Family Law, Civil Litigation, Employment Law, Entertainment Law, Immigration Law, Wills, Probate, Disputed Estates, Business Legal Advice and Intellectual Property.
Please do not hesitate to contact our practice via telephone and email we would be more than happy to discuss your legal matter in greater depth. You can also chat with a member of our team via our website.
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The solicitor assigned to your case will regularly update you on the progress of your case via telephone and email.
It is a must for you to:
Do a basic research on the individual Solicitor to represent you in your matter.
You need to make sure that the Solicitor is the best one for your case.
All solicitors have different areas of expertise; this means they understand your matter more and deal with the matter quicker therefore they take less time to carry out your case and are more likely to get your desired result. The best idea is to call them and see if they will talk to you about your case. You will then get a feel for how you could work together. Also ask about their retainer and how they charge. We have created a handy checklist for you to use to ensure you keep legal costs as low as possible. Once you have decided on a solicitor, you will need to instruct them.
Child custody law in the UK is the legal mechanism to decide which parent will be mainly responsible for the child after a divorce or separation.
When it comes to who gets custody of a child during a divorce, the courts where possible are promoting the benefits of joint custody. However, every custody case is different, and there are a host of considerations that can influence the court’s decision.
If you and your partner agree on your divorce the process should usually take 4 to 6 months. However, this period may be extended if you need to sort out issues with finances, property, or child
Our hourly rate ranges from £165 to £267, depending on the Solicitor handling the case and the complexity of the work. In certain circumstances, we can agree on a fixed fee with a client in all our areas of practice.
For more detailed information regarding our pricing, fees and consultations please visit our website.
Yes, we do. We have free legal advice session on Saturdays for 20mins from 12noon-2pm. You however, need to call and arrange an appointment.
We operate a strict confidentiality policy in our practice which is adhered to by our team. Our main priority is to ensure our client’s privacy is maintained therefore our practice handles personal data in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We advise our clients to think about the details of their case and make a list of the main points and questions they want to discuss. We suggest bringing any relevant paperwork and putting it in some order so it can be referred to quickly. This will make it quicker and easier for your solicitor to understand your circumstances and give you proper advice.