PACKAGES

Having an accessible lawyer is normally thought of as only something the wealthy can afford. Go To Lawyer changes that perception and makes this possible for anyone who needs to access the law.
We are there when you require someone on hand who understands what you need and the issues that you are facing. Our packages are designed to provide you with the personal service and experience to overcome the issue you have without tying you into open ended billing. Our packages also come with flexible payment options to enable you to have the right advice and documents in place at the right time.

We offer the following solutions but if you feel that any of them do not fit your situation then please contact us and give us the opportunity to create something just for you:

ASSET PROTECTION

  • Administration Wills from £120
  • Protection Wills from £300
  • Business Assets Wills from £360
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney from £300
  • Advance Directive from £180
  • Deed of Variation from £120

 

comprises the service below

  • Completion of instruction forms

 

PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS

  • Living Together (Cohabitation) Agreement from £480
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreement from £480
  • Separation Agreement from £480
  • Divorce from £180
  • Financial Consent Order and Form E Service from £480

 

comprises the service below

  • Divorce

 

  • Separation Agreement

 

  • Pre-Nuptial Agreement

 

  • Financial Consent Order and Form E Service

 

CLAIMS & DISPUTES

  • Establishing the facts from £600
  • Researching case law from £600
  • Advising as to the strategic approach from £600
  • Letter of Claim from £600

 

 

comprises the service below

  • Up to Sending/Defending Letter of Claim - £2400

 

  • Up to Issuing/Defending Claim issued at Court (and Settlement/Non-Binding ADR/Mediation) - £3600

 

  • Up to Disclosure and Inspection of documents - £5400

 

  • Further steps leading to, and advising and assisting with preparation for Trial - by negotiation

 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE SCHEME

Much has been said recently about Access to Justice. But what does that mean?

Access to justice is a basic principle of the rule of law. In the absence of access to justice, people are unable to have their voice heard, exercise their rights, challenge discrimination or hold decision-makers accountable.  It is a fundamental right under the Rule of Law of equal access to justice for all.

Government funded Legal Aid has been under attack and increasingly restricted for the past 30 years or so.  So, in our effort to redress this  even a little we have developed our own discretionary scheme for those who might not be able to afford access to a lawyer.

If you feel that this might apply to you, we would be happy to discuss this with you during our first consultation with you.