FAQs


Do you deal with clients outside of the Midlands?

Yes we do.  Clients from all over the country approach us to ask for help.


What sort of clients do you work with?

We are able and willing to deal with matters of all sizes and complexities. Our clients come to us with anything from buying a first home to complex commercial property negotiations. We work with families when relationships break down and assist with will writing and probate. Elderly clients value our specialist skills as Solicitors for the Elderly. When you contact us, we will talk about your situation and let you know if we are the right firm to help you.

I am worried about paying for advice. What funding options are available?

We don’t do Legal Aid work but we can explore alternative funding arrangements (such as legal expenses cover, which is often included in a home insurance policy or as part of a bank account) with you. We provide information on our residential conveyancing fees and probate costs. You can also take advantage of our different payment options for family law.


What should I bring to the initial meeting?

When you meet with us for the first time, it would be helpful if you could bring the following documents and information with you, where possible:

  • Any insurance policies e.g. vehicle, home/contents, etc. This helps us check if you have legal expenses cover. Also you may belong to a union who might fund your claim.
  • National Insurance number.
  • Copies of any relevant documents you have such as contracts, court papers, mortgage offers and loan documents or letters.
  • Please bring with you some photographic identification (e.g. passport, photocard driving licence, etc.) together with a recent (no later than three months’ old) utility bill or bank statement.


How does the conveyancing process work?

Find out more about selling a property, including the timescales and steps.


What do I need to prepare before I make my Will or LPA?

The most important thing to consider is who you would like to leave your money to in your will and who has the right attributes to be your attorney in your LPA.