Family matters go to the roots of our client intimacy, which is the reason why at Anne Cuthbert Solicitors, our lawyers are highly specialised and will help you to deal with your matter the best way.

Services we cover under family

  • Divorce
  • Dissolution of civil partnership
  • Financial provision
  • Matters concerning children
  • Non Molestation Injunctions
  • Domestic violence
  • Prenuptial agreement
  • Other family law related matter

Please do not hesitate to contact us and we will gladly assist you with your enquiries.

Each Family matter is unique

Each matter is unique, and this is a guideline only. The exact cost will depend on the individual circumstances of the matter and when we know the size and likely complexity of the case and the amount of work involved, we shall then be able to inform you of the likely cost and also time involved.

Each matter is dealt with by an individual Fee Earner so that you will know who to contact when any queries arise. Our approximate charges are set out below:


Fees Structure for the Family matters

General advice on any of the above matters                                        –                 £75 +VAT (30 minutes )

We conduct all the above matters on an hourly rate depends on the experience and seniority of the Solicitor handling the case.

Unless we agree a fee, our fees are charged on an hourly basis as set out below:

Senior Solicitor over 10 years (Head of Private Client)                £260.00 + VAT per hour

Solicitors over 5 years                                                                       £240.00 + VAT per hour

Trainee Solicitors                                                                                £175.00 + VAT per hour

Legal Assistants                                                                                  £75.00 + VAT per hour


Our charges are calculated mainly by reference to the amount of time that we spend on a matter but may be adjusted to take into account a number of factors including but not limited to:


  • the complexity, difficulty or novelty of the matter;
  • the skill, labour and specialist knowledge of the Solicitor involved;
  • the number and importance of the documents considered;
  • whether the business was carried out at the office in normal office hours or not;
  • whether a third party may get involved or engaged