Pricing Transparency - Penn Chambers
This page gives you summary overview details of the pricing methodology for Penn Chambers Solicitors.
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
A full copy of our Pricing Transparency Policy for the Family Team can be obtained free of charge from any of our offices and can be viewed here.
A full copy of our Pricing Transparency Policy for the Wills & Probate Team can be obtained free of charge from any of our offices and can be viewed here.
Penn Chambers Limited
Trading Name: Penn Chambers Solicitors
Transparency rules mean Penn Chambers Solicitors must display prices and service information if we publish online that we work in any of the following areas:
Motoring offences (summary offences)
Immigration (excluding asylum)
Employment tribunals (unfair/wrongful dismissal)
Debt recovery (up to £100,000)
Licensing applications (business premises)
We only undertake family law and wills, trusts and probate but we have produced information relating to all the ares of law that we undertake not just probate as is required by the Rules.
Price information must be presented in a clear and easy to understand format. We must also:
Provide a total cost, if this is not possible provide an average or range of costs
Explain the basis of your charges, including any 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 you as a client may reasonably expect to be included
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
How Do We Keep This Information Up To Date?
Penn Group will occasionally make changes and corrections to the above. If we believe that the changes are material, we’ll let you know by doing one (or more) of the following:
(1) posting the changes on our website site, or
(2) sending an email to you informing you about the changes; or
(3) writing a letter to you informing you about the changes.