Fixed fee Solicitors in Slough

MYM Solicitors offers a comprehensive range of fixed-fee legal services in slough for both individuals and our business clients. 

Immigration

 

We can agree to charge fixed fees but can also agree to work on an hourly rate basis; we are able to provide average costs that you can incur during your matter. Below is an estimate of costs as a guide only, but we can give an accurate cost assessment once we have full details of your matter: -

 

Type of Application and Average fee:

 

 

1.   Free consultation first 20 minutes then charge £100.00 which is adjustable in final fee

 

2.   Premium same day service / average Fees is £400-£600

 

3.   Visit Visa / Average Fees is £300-£1500

 

4.   Asylum matter / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

5.   Asylum appeal / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

6.   Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) /Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

7.   Tier 1 (investor) / Average Fee is £1000-£2500

 

8.   Tier 2 initial application further leave, or settlement / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

9.   Tier 4 initial application or extension of stay / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

10.   PBS Dependant’s visa / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

11.   EEA dependant other than spouse or child / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

12.   Registration certificate of an EEA nation / average fee is £300-£1200

 

13.   Spouse visa applications further leave, or settlement / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

14.   Applications outside the immigration rules / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

15.   Settlement application under the 10-year rule / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

16.   Leave to remain under the family or private life route / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

17.   EEA residence card application for a partner or child / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

18.   Applications for retained rights of residence / Average Fee is £500-£1500

 

19.   EEA Applications for permanent right of residence / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

20.   Applications for British citizenship / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

21.   Lodging grounds of appeal to the First Trier Tribunal Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

22.   First Tier Tribunal appeal / Average fee is £500-£1500

 

23.   Applications for permission to appeal to Upper Tribunal / Average Fee is £500-£2000

 

24.   Judicial Review (Pre-action) against Home Office / Average fee is £500-£1000.00

 

25.   Judicial Review against Home Office / average fee is £500-£1500

 

26.   Appeal to The Court of appeal / average fee £500-£3000

 

VAT is chargeable on all our fees and disbursements @ 20% and disbursement i.e. counsel’s fee, IHS Surcharge, Home office fee, which vary depending on your application. Some clients are exempted from VAT i.e. visit visa application, spouse visa from outside UK, human rights application etc.

 

Pre Action Protocol For Judicial Review Against The Home Office, UKBA

 

Time period:

 

Registration Certificate As An EEA National

When you provide us all the requested documentation, we should be able to submit your application in 1-2 weeks. We cannot guarantee how long the Home Office will take to process your application. Normally the Home Office takes three to six months.

However, we do chase a response on your behalf.

For hourly rate basis, our charges are set below:

Our fees are calculated by reference to the law society guideline hourly rates, all rates are subject to VAT where a company is VAT registered.

 

·    Solicitors/legal executives with over 8 years post qualification experience Grade A £267.00

·   Solicitors/legal executives with over 4 years’ experience grade B £229.00

·    Other qualified solicitors / legal executives  grade C £165.00

·   Trainee/paralegal  Grade D £121.00

 

Expenses:

 

Our clients are responsible for expenses to be incurred on their matter.  These expenses are separate from our own costs and are payable in addition. Depending upon the nature of your matter we will explain to you what those expenses are.

 

Debt Recovery

We can agree to charge fixed fees but can also agree to work on an hourly rate basis; we are able to provide average costs that you can incur during your matter. Below is an estimate of costs as a guide only, but we can give an accurate cost assessment once we have full details of your matter: -

We have split the costs on three main stages.

(1) Debt recovery before court proceeding,

  •    We will take initial instructions, study relevant documentation and advice.

  •    Write to the other party for debt payment within a specified period

  •    Letter of claim in accordance with the pre-action protocol

  •    Receipt of money

 

Our average fees Debt up to £50000.00    £100- £2500

 

Our average fees Debt up to £ 10000.00    £500 -  £5000

VAT is chargeable on our fees @ 20% and VAT also applies on some disbursement @20%.

The average fees are based on the matter if running smoothly with other party. If the other party does not respond to our letter before claim or agree to pay the debt, then we initiate court proceedings for recovery of the outstanding debt. If the matter goes to Court for the recovery of the debt then our average fee will be different.

 

(2)  We provide following services for court proceeding:

 

  •    Issuing claim

  •    Where there is a lack of defence, court application for default judgement,

  •    Request payment from the other party once default judgement received

  •    Receipt of debt

  •    Further advice if payment is not received within time periods

  •    Representation at a court hearing

 

VAT is chargeable on our fees @ 20% and VAT also applies on some disbursement @20%.

The average fees are based on the matter if running smoothly with the other party. But if we receive any defended debt claim or any other possible action then the fee will be different and will increase.

Our average fees if we issue court proceedings Debt up to £50000 are    £500- £5000

Our average fees Debt up to £ 10000.00   are £1500 - £10000

 

(3) Enforcement proceedings

Where we are successful in obtaining a court judgement or settlement in your favour but the other party defaults in making a payment, it may be necessary to instigate enforcement proceedings:

 

The following services may apply:

 

  •    Providing advice on the best course of action for enforcement

  •    Issuing a writ

  •    Liaising with Bailiffs/ Enforcement Officers

  •    Instructing Private Investigators

  •    Enforcement action

  •    Instructions to Counsel  for example for representation at a court hearing

 

Time periods: Usually matters are concluded without a court application in 1-2 months of initial instructions but where we issue court proceeding they can be concluded in 3-6 months. This time period is based upon the cooperation by the other party. If enforcement action is needed, then the matter can be longer.

For hourly rate basis, our charges are set below:

Our fees are calculated by reference to the law society guideline hourly rates, all rates are subject to VAT where a company is VAT registered.

·   Solicitors/legal executives with over 8 years post qualification experience Grade A £267.00

·   Solicitors/legal executives with over 4 years’ experience grade B £229.00

·   Other qualified solicitors / legal executives  grade C £165.00

·   Trainee/paralegal  Grade D £121.00

 

Expenses:

 

Our clients are responsible for expenses to be incurred on their matter.  These expenses are separate from our own costs and are payable in addition. Depending upon the nature of your matter we will explain to you what those expenses are.

They could be for example court fees, barrister’s fees, bailiff fees.

 

Employment (unfair   or wrong dismissal, settlement agreements)

We can agree to charge fixed fees but can also agree to work on an hourly rate basis; we are able to provide average costs that you can incur during your matter. Below is an estimate of costs as a guide only, but we can give an accurate cost assessment once we have full details of your matter: -

In unfair and wrongful dismissal, settlement agreements from employment cases, we set out average fees:

Our average fee: £100-£5000.  If the matter is not solved in early conciliation and is more complicated or we are required to start tribunal proceedings then our fee can be on average £1000 - £5000. VAT is chargeable on all our fees and disbursements @ 20%.

We provide following services:

 

  •    Initial instructions

  •    Review of documents

  •    Advice on the merits and likely compensation.

  •    Advice on entering conciliation

 

Tribunal proceeding: If the matter does not resolve at the conciliation stage and we file or defend a claim, this will increase the costs and the following services will be provided:

 

  •    Preparing claim or response

  •    Reviewing and advising on claim

  •    Response from other party

  •    Negotiating for settlement

  •    Preparing or considering a schedule of loss

  •    Preparing for a Preliminary Hearing

  •    Exchanging documents with the other party and agreeing a bundle of documents

  •    Taking and drafting witness statements

  •    Preparing bundle

  •    Reviewing and advising on the other party's witness statements

  •    Preparation for Final one day Hearing,

  •    Instructions to Counsel

  •    Drafting settlement agreements

 

The above said cost estimate is only a guideline and may not apply to all claims. Our average fee is set out below:

 

For claims of up to £100000.00 our costs are between £1000-£50000.

VAT is chargeable on all our fees and disbursements at 20%.

Complex claims and the issue   of proceedings can increase our fees which would factor in:

 

  •    Complexity of the claim

  •    Other employment claims

  •    Number of documents requiring review and advice

  •    Allegations of discrimination

  •    Acting against a litigant in person (someone who is not legally represented in their claim)

  •    Number of witness statements

 

Time periods: Mostly these matters resolve in the pre-conciliation stage, then we should be able to resolve the matter in 6-8 weeks and if your claim proceeds to final hearing then it could be resolved in 4-6 months. This is an estimated time period that will depend on the cooperation from all parties. We will be in a position to provide clearer time periods once we have further details of your matter.

For hourly rate basis, our charges are set below:

Our fees are calculated by reference to the law society guideline hourly rates, all rates are subject to VAT where a company is VAT registered.

 

  •    Solicitors/legal executives with over 8 years post qualification experience Grade A £267.00

  •    Solicitors/legal executives with over 4 years’ experience grade B £229.00

  •    Other qualified solicitors / legal executives  grade C £165.00

  •    Trainee/paralegal  Grade D £121.00

 

Expenses:

 

Our clients are responsible for expenses to be incurred on their matter.  These expenses are separate from our own costs and are payable in addition. Depending upon the nature of your matter we will explain to you what those expenses are.

 

Funding options: You may have legal expenses cover attached to a home or car insurance policy, a business protection policy, credit card insurance or you may be a member of a Union. These institutions may be willing to fund your matter through your legal expenses insurance cover if you obtain authority from them. It is your duty to check any policy that you have and to make a claim.

 

Motoring Offences:

If you are to be disqualified due to any driving offence please contact us

We can agree to charge fixed fees but can also agree to work on an hourly rate basis; we are able to provide average costs that you can incur during your matter. Below is an estimate of costs as a guide only, but we can give an accurate cost assessment once we have full details of your matter: -

 

Our Average fees:

From initial instruction to court proceeding: £300-£1500

VAT is chargeable on all our fees @20%. Disbursement including VAT i.e. counsel’s fee, expert witness advice

Time periods: It varies for different matters, we will provide clearer time periods once we have received all your instruction.

Our hourly rates are set below:

Our fees are calculated by reference to the law society guideline hourly rates, all rates are subject to VAT where a company is VAT registered.

 

  •    Solicitors/legal executives with over 8 years post qualification experience Grade A £267.00

  •    Solicitors/legal executives with over 4 years’ experience grade B £229.00

  •    Other qualified solicitors / legal executives  grade C £165.00

  •    Trainee/paralegal  Grade D £121.00

 

Expenses:

 

Our clients are responsible for expenses to be incurred on their matter.  These expenses are separate from our own costs and are payable in addition. Depending upon the nature of your matter we will explain to you what those expenses are.

 

Commercial Lease matter

We can agree to charge fixed fees but can also agree to work on an hourly rate basis; we are able to provide average costs that you can incur during your matter. Below is an estimate of costs as a guide only, but we can give an accurate cost assessment once we have full details of your matter: -

 

Our average fee for commercial lease matters is: £500-£1500

 

PLUS DISBURSEMENT, VAT is chargeable on our fees @ 20% and VAT also applies on some disbursement @20%. Other costs in addition to our fees, some time if you are a buyer then you have to pay the Landlord solicitors fee as well. It depends upon your agreed terms and conditions with the seller.

Time Period: From the date of your instruction we estimate it will take 6-8 weeks. It can be quicker or slower, depending on the parties’ cooperation to each other or the complexities that arise during the transaction.

We provide following services:

 

  •    Initial instructions and advice

  •    Review and advice on lease documents

  •    Carry out searches

  •    Obtain further planning documentation if required

  •    Make any necessary enquiries of seller's solicitor

  •    Give you advice on all documents and information received

  •    Send final contracts to you for signature

  •    Agree completion date (date from which you own the lease property)

  •    Exchange contracts

  •    Arrange for all monies needed to be received from lender and you

  •    Complete purchase

  •    Deal with payment of Stamp Duty/Land Tax

  •    Deal with application for registration at Land Registry

 

Stamp Duty Land Tax

 

This depends on the purchase price of your property. You can calculate the amount you will need to pay by using HMRC's website or if the property is located in Wales by using the Welsh Revenue Authority's website.

Our hourly rates are set below:

Our fees are calculated by reference to the law society guideline hourly rates, all rates are subject to VAT where a company is VAT registered.

 

  • Solicitors/legal executives with over 8 years post qualification experience Grade A £267.00

  • Solicitors/legal executives with over 4 years’ experience grade B £229.00

  • Other qualified solicitors / legal executives  grade C £165.00

  • Trainee/paralegal  Grade D £121.00

 

Expenses:

 

Our clients are responsible for expenses to be incurred on their matter.  These expenses are separate from our own costs and are payable in addition. Depending upon the nature of your matter we will explain to you what those expenses are.

 

Conveyancing (residential Sale and Purchase)

 

We can agree to charge fixed fees but can also agree to work on an hourly rate basis; we are able to provide average costs that you can incur during your matter. Below is an estimate of costs as a guide only, but we can give an accurate cost assessment once we have full details of your matter: -

 

Sale:

Our average fee is: £500-£900

PLUS DISBURSEMENT, VAT is chargeable on our fees @ 20% and VAT also applies on some disbursement @20%.

 

Purchase: If you are borrowing money and we are not on the panel for your chosen lender, the lender may appoint their own solicitor who will render separate charges.

Our average fee for Sale is: £500-£900

Plus disbursement, VAT is chargeable on our fees @ 20% and VAT also applies on some disbursement @20%.

 

 

Sale:

Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as Land Registry fees. We handle the payment of the disbursements on your behalf, although you are responsible for providing the funds.

If your Property is leasehold, additional costs may arise and there are some additional disbursements as well.

*Fees vary from property to property and can on occasion be significantly more than the ranges given above. We can give you an accurate figure once we have sight of your specific documents. Please note any specified disbursements for fixed amounts may be subject to change.

Time Period: From the date of accepting your offer normally it will take 5-8 weeks. It can be quicker or slower, depending on the parties cooperation to each other or the complexities that arise during the transaction.

 

We provide following services:

 

  • Initial Instruction and advice

  • Check finances are in place and the source of funds and contact

  • Lender’s solicitors if needed

  • Receive and advise on contract documents

  • Carry out searches

  • Obtain further planning documentation if required

  • Make any necessary enquiries of seller's solicitor

  • Give you advice on all documents and information received

  • Go through conditions of the mortgage offer with you

  • Send final contract to you for signature

  • Agree completion date (date from which you own the property)

  • Exchange contracts

  • Arrange for all monies needed to be received from lender and you

  • Complete purchase

  • Deal with payment of Stamp Duty/Land Tax

 

 

 

Stamp Duty Land Tax: This depends on the purchase price of your property. You can calculate the amount you will need to pay by using HMRC's website or if the property is located in Wales by using the Welsh Revenue Authority's website.

Our hourly rates are set below:

Our fees are calculated by reference to the law society guideline hourly rates, all rates are excluding VAT:

 

  • Solicitors/legal executives with over 8 years post qualification experience Grade A £267.00

  • Solicitors/legal executives with over 4 years’ experience grade B £229.00

  • Other qualified solicitors / legal executives  grade C £165.00

  • Trainee/paralegal  Grade D £121.00

All prices will be excluding VAT and disbursements i.e. application fees, third party fees and or the counsel fees if any.

If you need to find out more about the fixed fees and individual prices, please either click the department below and find out their prices or book an appointment please get in touch on 01753 208 786.

Immigration
Immigration
Spouse Visa
European
Nationality
British spouse
10 years
Discretionary
Stateless
At MYM, Immigration Solicitors Slough have an experience and expertise of advising and dealing with all Immigration and European, Applications, Appeals, Administrative / Judicial Reviews, Bails, Detentions and Deportation matters.
Sponsor Visa
sponsoring your wife marriage
spouse
Fiance visa
Appeals
admin reviews
Judicial reviews
Human Rights
Stateless
5 years 7 years 10 years
At MYM, Immigration Solicit
Conveyancing
·Freehold sale or Purchasing flat, house or business
·Lease hold flat, house or business
·Leases/licenses
·Variation of leases
·Negotiating and granting Leases
·Advice concerning assignments, sub-letting, under-lettings and alliterations.
·Rent deposit deeds
·Advice or rent reviews
·Advice on service charges
·Lease renewals
·Lease variations
Independant Legal Advice
Occupiers Consent

Disputes

Transfer of ownership
A – N forms ID1/TR1/AP1/CON/R C Forms/ Other Conveyance Forms Declarations
Employment
Contracts of employment and partnership agreements
Data protection
Health and safety
TUPE including indemnities and warranties
Restrictive covenants
Discrimination
Disciplinary action and grievance procedures
Supporting clients with unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal and unfair
redundancy claims
Negotiating compromise agreements to resolve disputes
Guiding clients through employment tribunal proceeding
Redundancy Agreements
Probate/Wills
Making a Will
Lasting Power of Attorney
Powers of Attorney
Administration of Estates (Probate)
Inheritance Tax Planning
Personal Injury Trusts
Grant of Representation
Court of Protection
Driving offences
Motoring offences - areas of specialism
Appeal driving conviction
Careless driving
Dangerous driving
Death by dangerous driving
Drink driving
Driving whilst disqualified
Driving without insurance
Drug driving - driving whilst unfit
Early return of driving licence
Failing to notify DVLA
Failure to provide a specimen
Mobile phone offences
Recognition of disqualification
Road rage incidents
Speeding offences
12 points - totting up
Motoring offences
Using Mobile Phone
Debt
Pre-action collection
County Court proceedings
High Court enforcement
Winding-up
High value debts of over £25,000
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