Price Transparency

From 6th December 2018 the SRA transparency rules mean we must display prices and service information for the work we provide in the following areas:

  • Conveyancing (residential)
  • Probate (uncontested)
  • Employment tribunals (unfair / wrongful dismissal)
  • Debt recovery (up to £100,000)
  • Licensing applications (business premises)

Price information must be presented in a clear and easy to undersatnd format. We must also:

  • Provide a total cost, if this is not possible provide an average or range of costs
  • Explain the basis of our charges, including and hourly rate or fixed fees
  • Highlight likely disbursements, and their costs
  • Be clear on whether VAT is included
  • For conditional or damages based fees, explain when clients may have to make payments

For service information we must:

  • Explain what services are included for the quoted price
  • Highlight any services not included within the price, which a client may reasonably expect to be 
  • Include information on key stages and typical timescales of these
  • Publish the qualifications and experience of anyone carrying out the work and of their supervisors

There is a link on each of the web pages for the areas of work that are effected by these rules which takes you to the relevant department's information regarding transparency. Alternatively you can click on the links above.

Alternatively you can contact us by T: 0115 9888 777 or E: info @fraserbrown.com to ask for a copy of our transparency information for any of these areas.


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