Our fees

Our fees

At Slater and Gordon we believe everyone should have access to legal services when needed, and we work with our clients to provide positive outcomes.

We’ll ensure that you have clarity throughout the legal process, starting with our legal fees and what you can expect.

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We appreciate that for many seeking legal advice, particularly at what may be a potentially difficult time in your life can be a daunting experience. Knowing where to turn for reliable advice can be bewildering, often combined by uncertainty over costs.

Our expert are specialists in their areas of law and are well-versed in putting clients at ease. We listen to you and explain the process in a straightforward manner from the very start.

To make sure you feel confident seeking legal advice, we’re transparent with our costs from the outset.

Explore our fees for the most popular services we offer...

Do you offer a No Win No Fee compensation on personal injury claims?

As one of Britain's biggest specialist injury claims firms, we’re able to offer funding on a No Win No Fee basis. Funding your compensation claim with a No Win No Fee agreement, also known as a Conditional Fee Agreement, means you can seek compensation for your injuries without any financial risk.

Read more about how No Win No Fee funding works here.

No Win No Fee funding

How much does employment advice cost?

If you're involved in a dispute with your employer, our specialist employment lawyers are here to provide help and guidance on your circumstances and what steps you can take.

Our initial employment consultation is only £150. You'll receive practical advice on pursing a potential claim against your employer, a clear roadmap of your option and next steps, and an outline of the costs involved plus funding options that may be available.

Find out more about our employment initial consultation.

Employment initial consultation only £150

Unfair dismissal

The cost of a claim can depend on several factors, most importantly being the stage at which it settles. The majority of our cases settle early and often well in advance of an employment tribunal hearing or even before a tribunal claim has to be submitted. Usually in these cases, the employer will pay some, or all of the legal fees as part of the settlement.

Simple cases

  • Start from £2,400 with average case costs of £3,600-£8,400

Medium complexity cases

  • Start from £3,600 with average costs of £8,400-£18,000

High complexity cases

  • Start from £8,400 with average costs of £18,000-£36,000

Hourly rates

Our hourly rates range from £192 to £588 depending on the complexity of your case, the experience of the lawyer and your location.

For information on our unfair dismissal fees, click here.

To find out about different ways to fund your employment dispute, click here.

How much do you charge for family law advice?

Our dedicated team of family law specialists are on hand to help and support you through a wide range of family law issues, including divorce and separation, financial arrangements, cohabitation agreements, child arrangements, prenuptial agreements and civil partnerships.

Our family initial consultation is £150 and provides straightforward advice on your circumstances, helps you understand your options and empowers you to make an informed decision about your next steps.

Find out more about our family initial consultation.

Family initial consultation only £150

We also provide a competitively priced, fixed-fee divorce package for couples looking to separate without child arrangements, financial or living disputes known as an ‘undefended divorce procedure’ for £540 + £593 court fees. Click here to find out more.

How much does it cost to write a will?

We offer a wide range of will writing services to suit your needs and circumstances, from bespoke wills to handle complex situations where property and assets are involved - with expert support to write your will is from £180.

View our complete range of will writing services.

Will writing services

For information on our probate fees, click here.

To discuss fees associated with your specific case please call 0330 041 5869 or request a call back.

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