you choose how we bill

Far too often, clients sign up for a lawsuit without a clear understanding of the finances involved. This causes confusion and dissatisfaction—feelings that we never want our clients to experience.  That is why we make sure that all our clients’ financial concerns are answered before we move forward with any representation.

Unexpected legal bills can be incredibly frustrating. It can also erode trust in our relationship. So, when it comes to pricing, we let you choose how we bill you for legal services.

In most matters, we can work based on regular hourly billing, quoted billing caps or on a fixed fee arrangement. We will work to find a pricing model that works for you.

Access Anytime, Anywhere

We pride ourselves on being extremely accessible to clients, adopting a flexible and positive approach to our work. We work as a team and you will usually have two lawyers working on your case. This means that someone who is familiar with your matter will always be available to speak to you. Retained clients will also have the benefit of one of their solicitor’s mobile numbers for out of office hours contact.

We know that clients regularly want updates as to the status of their case or to review documents that have arrived at our office—and rightly so. An uninformed client is one of our biggest pet peeves and one of the largest causes of dissatisfaction with your lawyer.

That is why we use secure industry-leading cloud technology that allows us to share, and you to view, documents, records, files, messages 24 hours a day 7 days a week.


In an age of globalisation many families now have an international element to their make-up. Spouses may be of different nationalities, relocated abroad, lived in different countries, or own assets in more than one country. If one or both parties to such a marriage considers the relationship to be at an end, then thoughts will eventually turn to the practical implications of a divorce.

At Seymours Solicitors we work in conjunction with other law firms around the Commonwealth and in the Middle East.