Our first meeting is a comprehensive consultation which enables you to give a detailed overview of the background to the dispute in question.
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“Each meeting occurs at the precise moment for which it was meant. Usually, when it will have the greatest impact on our lives.”
Face to face meetings can be organised at one of our nationwide offices. Technology does allow us to act for clients who are unable to visit our offices through distance or disability. We act for many clients who live in countries across the world and can organize meetings via Skype, video conferencing or face time. Meeting can be arranged by:
We offer a free 30-minute appointment across our offices where you will be able to obtain some general advice about your situation. Alternatively, you may wish to have an extended meeting for which we will be able to agree a fixed fee.
Prior to any meeting taking place, it would be helpful to email us about your situation so that we can consider this before we meet. Your email should include the key dates of your relationship such as when you married or moved in together, as well as a broad overview of what assets you have and when and how they were acquired. If your enquiry relates to a child dispute, then please confirm the name and age of the children involved together with a summary of the issues in dispute.
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After the first meeting you will be sent by email or post a McAlister Family Law welcome pack which will include:
Our firm’s retainer letter which will detail the work that you have instructed us to undertake together with important information in relation to costs and our procedures generally.
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