Vanderpump and Sykes Legal Services' Offers

Vanderpump  & Sykes Solicitors strive to help businesses and individuals achieve their goals through effective legal advice and offers as follows:

Late night opening for personal legal advice matters 
on Wednesdays until 8pm - by prior appointment only

Our L&T department now offer a fixed fee* service for residential possessions at £999+VAT
*This applies to straightforward accelerated possession claims

Notary Public services are available at Vanderpump & Sykes Solicitors
Contact James Porter on 020 8370 2865

The Employment Retainer Scheme is a new service for businesses
Contact Richard Stephens for full details on 020 8370 2875

Fixed fee divorces are available at £595+VAT plus court costs
This applies to standard cases and excludes children and finances

Our family department provide an initial meeting at £75+VAT
The first consultation does not have a time limit

Litigation offer an initial consultation for £75.00+VAT for the first hour only

There is an introductory offer of 20% on Wills, for clients who have instructed
Vanderpump & Sykes Solicitors in any area of law (except Wills)

Existing clients who have have made Wills with us which are 2+ years old
and who wish to make a new Will receive 20% discount

Free will talks* are available to groups or organisations
within Enfield and surrounding North London areas

We have a Live Chat service which is accessible via our website Home page.
Legal services' enquiries can be made between 8am and 4pm - Monday to Friday

Credit and debit card payments are now accepted from clients via the Vanderpump & Sykes website

Please note that Vanderpump & Sykes Solicitors do not operate a 'no win, no fee' policy. We do not provide legal aid, criminal or personal injury law advice
Nor do we offer financial advice or Conditional Fee Arrangements (CFAs)

The contents of this article are intended for general information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be, or constitute legal advice. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of this article.