Contact Edinburgh Family Law…
Johnson Legal Solicitors, 22a Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2BB
Johnson Legal Solicitors, Suite E, Moncrieffe Business Centre, Friarton Road, Perth, PH2 8DG
We advise arranging a short 10 minute free phone call with a member of our Family Law team before the fixed fee one hour initial meeting. By doing so, we can ensure that we can assist you, prioritise your needs and that you are confident and reassured that going forward you have chosen the best solicitor to work with you.
Please note that we do not routinely offer a Legal Aid service.
Call us on – T: +44 (0)131 622 8477
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Plan ahead to get the most from your meeting…
It is important that you prepare for your first fixed fee consultation in order to get the very best from your consultation please therefore considering coming to the consultation with:
- A summary of your situation and a note if you can of your assets, debts, income and outgoings
- A list of questions that we will ensure are answered
- A friend or a family member if that would assist you
- Two pieces of identification. One being photographic such as a passport or driving licence, the other showing your address such as a utility bill or bank statement which should be no more than three months old.
You will be expected to pay the fixed consultation fee for £250 at the end of your consultation.
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