FEES
 

Our experienced and qualfied team can help you throughout the family law process or just elements of the process, whichever you choose is best for you.    We want to be transparent with our fees and offer an hourly rate and fixed fees.  We are happy to provide you with a quotation, just contact us here or telephone us on 07956 591 000     

Hourly Rate and Fixed Fees
We want to be totally transparent with our costs.  However, as every case differs in nature and complexity it is difficult to provide a fair price that will cover all cases.  With this in mind we  offer an hourly rate service of between £30 and £60 dependent upon the nature of your case and the qualifications and experience of the person who is providing Legal /Mckenzie Friend Services.  We also offer fixed fees as below for some of our services:

 

We will provide a quote for the Services that you require, so please contact us for a quote. 

*If your case is complex then our fixed fees will incur additional costs, however, we will provide a quote for all work to be undertaken by us and notify you in advance for your agreement any costs over and above our quote. 

Contact Info

 

07956 591 000  

St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex

 

info@deborahnelsonfamilylaw.co.uk

 

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Disclaimer
 

Deborah Nelson Family Law is NOT a legal advice service.  It is a support and guidance service.  

 

Although  Deborah Nelson is a qualified Solicitor she does  not hold a practising Certificate to be able to advise you as to the merits of your case.  We are providing a service to you as a McKenzie Friend/Legal Assistant and therefore will not be responsible for any adverse decisions made in your case resulting from documents we have helped you prepare and guidance given to you prior to or during court proceedings.  We will not be responsible for any decisions made by you, the court or the other party's solicitor. or applications, 

 

If you require advice about the merits of your case or application or what to say in your statements you should consult a Practising Solicitor who is regulated by the Solicitor's Regulation Authority or a Direct Access Barrister.  

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