Ackroyd Legal

PAYMENT PLANS

Spread your legal costs with affordable, straight-forward payment plans that give you peace of mind in knowing your legal costs are covered.

Interest-Free Payment Plans

At Ackroyd Legal, our main objective has always been to provide the best possible service to our clients while helping them to manage and budget for legal fees. We strongly believe it is our duty to try and minimise legal costs for our clients and offer the most cost-effective legal solutions. Litigation fees can often spiral out of control if clients are not given a realistic appraisal of their case from the beginning or have unrealistic expectations.

Contact us now on 020 3058 3365 to discuss your situation and determine a payment plan that’s right for you.

To help our clients during such difficult times, we are offering interest-free payment plans on fees above £2000 to assist in budgeting for legal fees to those who are in need. These payment plans are available subject to eligibility and our specialist solicitors are on hand to assist you to determine whether or not you qualify.

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How Our Payment Plans Work

Payment Instalments Plans

Once you have decided which payment plan you require, simply use our contact form to submit your details and quote the payment plan that is right for you to get started.

Option One

Pay in One Lump Sum

You will pay the agreed amount in one lump sum.

Option Two

Pay  Back Over 6 Months

You will pay the agreed amount over the course of 6 months.

Option Three

Pay Back Over 12 Months

You will pay the agreed amount over the course of 12 months.

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