Committed to improving access to justice
Our fees are predictable and proportionate
We know every client and every family is unique.At Lloyd Family Law we recognize the importance of understanding each client’s goals and perspective. We assist our clients to select a resolution process that is best suited to their needs and personality. At all times our focus is on the issues that are important to the client. While we use a reasoned approach to negotiations, we do so without losing sight of practical realities.
We are committed to improving access to justice.There are often barriers preventing people from fully exercising their legal rights in the family law system. The cost of legal representation is often a major barrier, as is delay and the complexity of the system.
The family law system is changing. While further changes need to be made with regard to court administration, funding and policy work, they also need to be made at the level of the individual law practice. At Lloyd Family Law we take seriously recommendations and suggestions aimed at lawyers in numerous reports and articles with regard to access to justice, alternative resolution services and alternative legal fee arrangements.
Our fees are predictable and proportionate.Separation and divorce introduce considerable uncertainty into many people’s lives. Such events may cause uncertainty regarding family finances, parenting, residence, legal rights and obligations, social relationships, as well as many other dealings in day-to-day life. We understand that uncertainty about the cost of getting help from professionals to resolve a family law matter will only exacerbate an already difficult situation. We ensure that our fees are predictable and proportionate by:
- Maintaining competitive hourly rates
- Unbundling our services and offering flat or capped fees, where appropriate (see our retainer options)
- Keeping overhead costs low and capitalizing on the efficiencies created by technology
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