At Samuels Solicitors LLP we have for many years supported clients in creative ways to ensure that our fees are as affordable as possible, for the greatest number of clients.
Our hourly rates are generally in line with national guidelines, with uplifts for some particular areas that we specialise in, where High Court proceedings are undertaken.
We have a number of litigation funding options for commercial and private clients with strong cases. This can include conditional (no win no fee) agreements for appropriate matters, which will need to be considered on a case by case basis, as this type of arrangement is not suitable for every case.
In some cases, we will be able to defer payment of our fees until your case is finalised. Typically, this would be in cases where there is a dispute about a property which is due to be sold, from which our fees could be paid, or an inheritance which is due to our client. In other cases, we will sometimes agree a monthly instalment payment with you, with the balance of your fees becoming payable when your matter concludes.
If your case if of wider public interest or importance, we have links to CrowdJustice, who can help you arrange internet campaigns to raise legal fees to help you pay for our advice. We are happy to discuss this with you if your case is appropriate for this type of funding.
We carry out the vast majority of our property and conveyancing, as well as will drafting work, on a fixed fee basis. We will agree with you what that fixed fee should be before any work is undertaken, which means there will not be any nasty surprises later on.
In accordance with national guidelines, we publish the fees we charge for probate and employment work, and we are also happy to offer discounts for NHS staff. You will need to tell us when you instruct us that you work for the NHS, so that we can apply the appropriate discount.
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