Do you do no-win no-fee?
No-win, no-fee” agreements, as they are often called, are a type of conditional funding agreement (“CFA”). They work like this: a condition of our firm being paid for the work that we have done is that we achieve a success for our client. If we don’t achieve a success, then we don’t get paid for the work that we have done. These types of arrangements will not be suitable for most types of cases. However, and not just with probate-related litigation, but litigation generally, it is important that we find the right funding arrangement that suits our client and the case at hand. We pride ourselves in our approachability, and that extends to talking about the issue of costs. If a CFA is appropriate to your circumstances, we can offer this type of funding arrangement to our clients.