By law, your solicitor must give you information about your legal charges – the money you must pay them for their services. The law that deals with this matter is Section 68, Solicitors (Amendment) Act 1994.
Information you should receive
The information you will be given will be as follows:
- The solicitor’s actual charges, or, where this is not possible or practicable,
- An estimate of the solicitor’s charges, or, where this is not possible or practicable,
- The basis on which the solicitor’s charges are to be made.
Legal Charges Guide
For more information about how charges for legal services are incurred, see the Law Society's Legal Charges guide.