Fees Guide

A guide to our fees  

We do offer fixed fees for most of the work that we provide, and these are indicated as such in this guide.  A fixed fee is an agreed fee, which will not be varied up or down, and is not dependant on the application being successful. As set out below, any disbursements or expenses (costs that we incur on your behalf or for the purposes of carrying out our work) are payable in addition to our fees. In the event of your instructions being withdrawn prior to the submission of the application, the fixed fee, together with any disbursements and expenses, will remain payable in full. 

We also work on hourly rates. Depending on the work you instruct us to do we may charge by the hour. The rate that we charge, or bill, per hour is dependent on the seniority and expertise of the person undertaking the work. It may be cost-effective to have a range of people on differing rates working on your matter, having more junior people doing the basic, routine work and a more qualified person making the strategic decisions and overseeing the work of the juniors.   

Below is a guide to the hourly rates we charge for people of differing seniority and expertise.  

Partners:  £250 

Solicitors, Associates and Consultants:  £205 – £225

Legal caseworkers: £175

Trainee Solicitors, Legal Executives and Legal Secretaries: £110

It is always difficult to accurately gauge the costs of a case where we charge by the hour as this can vary depending on new information, underlining issues, the complexity of the matter etc. In these cases, we will try to provide you with estimates for each stage.  Where we provide an indicative fee range or estimate, it operates as a guide and not a cap. Estimates will be based on a number of assumptions and if we encounter unforeseen work or complexity this may cause our fees to increase above any fee range or estimate provided. You must not consider them to be maximum or fixed-fee quotations. 

We will always inform you of who will be working on your case and their hourly rate.   

Factors which could increase the overall cost of your case 

This applies where a fixed fee is quoted or where the amount charged is based on the hourly rates of the people doing the work for a standard application. Some examples are: 

  • Unexpected circumstances in your immigration history, personal circumstances, or financial status which we were not aware of at the outset 
  • Delays in obtaining the information requested 
  • Information provided is inaccurate, out of date, inadequate or requiring translation; or 
  • Where there are short deadlines. 

A complex application may attract higher fees, and we will always advise you on this. 

Contact us

If you would like to arrange a first meeting or have any questions, please get in touch with us using any of the methods below.

Address

Justin Law Solicitors Limited
230A Farnham Road
Slough
Berkshire
SL1 4XE

Phone

01753 325100

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We do not offer legal aid. All of the advice we offer is on a private paying basis.

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