West Lancashire Law is the chambers of Mr William Parkinson.
Due to changes in the provision of legal services Barristers are able to offer help directly to the public and in many different areas of law.
Any member of the public can come directly to West Lancashire Law chambers in order to directly obtain legal advice.
This change to the provision of Legal Services is known as “Public Access”. Put simply any member of the public can now ask a Barrister to represent them without the need to first go and see a Solicitor.
West Lancashire Law is ethical and understanding, committed to providing an expert service with the most affordable and competitive rates for you.
It is well understood that many members of the public are facing a real struggle to obtain legal advice and access to justice. These problems have several causes, for example, cuts to legal aid in all but a few areas have seen access to justice reduced considerably and the cause of legal aid deserts. This along with generally low income and tiny budgets have made it difficult for members of the public to access the legal help they need. Instructing our Barrister directly will save you time and money whilst providing you with access to the bar, an expert opinion and an expert advocate. All fees will be discussed at the start of your case and you will be kept fully informed not only on your case as it progresses but of your account balance and fees (where applicable) throughout the matter.
Our service is much cheaper - We are able to minimise costs to only those that are absolutely necessary!
Contact us to obtain a quote.
Should you wish to discuss the matter and obtain general legal advice we offer a free initial consultation (up to 30 minutes).
There are a variety of methods to pay fees and costs.
(1) Pay as you go service at each stage. This ensures that you are in control of your own expenditure.
(2) No Win No Fee arrangements
(3) Conditional Fee Agreements
(4) Weekly/monthly payments. This for example, might be where you would agree to make a relatively small payment each week or month to cover work that is anticipated and will be required in the future. A kind of savings club.
(5) Often there might be a combination of the above fee arrangments.