A fixed fee arrangement is a funding solution which means that your costs are fixed from day one and the traditional hourly rate or “taxi meter” fee structure is taken away.
We will discuss the fixed fee payment option with you during our initial meeting, The advantages of fixed fees are:
For all fixed fee work, we will send you an invoice for 50% of our fee (and any expenses) before we start our work, which will need to be paid before we start our work, and an invoice for the remaining 50% of our fee shortly prior to completion of our work, which will need to be paid before we complete our work.
Disputes in relation to child law can be expensive and if you are on a tight budget or are looking for certainty in relation to how much your case will cost, then you may wish to take advantage of our children disputes fixed fee packages.
Our fixed fee package is £750 + VAT (£150) and court fee.
A prenuptial agreement is a document in which a couple set out how their property, debts, income and other assets shall be divided should they get divorced in the future. Our fixed fee pre-nuptial agreement package, is suitable for couples who have already reached an agreement and there are no complicated assets such as property or investments abroad.
Our fixed fee price is £1,500 + VAT (£300). Total £1,800.00.
Storage of the original document.
In circumstances where a step parent is married to the child’s father or mother and the other parent provides written consent, a parental responsibility agreement can be prepared. On acquiring parental responsibility, a step parent has the same obligations and responsibilities as a natural parent.
Our fixed fee is £300 + VAT (£60)
If you have any questions regarding our fixed fee service or wish to arrange a free, informal and no obligation consultation then McAlister Family Law on 0161 5077145 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are considering moving in together as an unmarried couple, you may wish to formalise the financial relationship between you, which can be achieved by way of a cohabitation agreement.
Whilst this is an exciting time for both parties, there can be serious financial ramifications if an agreement is not in place dealing with what should happen if you were to separate. If you have already reached an agreement as to what would happen in such an eventuality, you would benefit from our fixed fee co-habitation agreement package.
Our fixed fee is £750 + VAT (£150). Total cost £900.00.
If you have separated from your spouse, are not yet ready for divorce and have reached an agreement as to how your financial assets are to be divided then you may wish to enter into a separation agreement.
On the basis that the agreement reached is uncontentious, then you may wish to take advantage of our fixed fee separation agreement package.
Our fixed fee is £750 + VAT (£150). Total cost £900.00
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