We are unable to give legal advice for free, nor do we give advice over the telephone or by email until you are an established client.
We are required to meet strict formalities laid down by Parliament through the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 and as set out in the Solicitors Regulation Authority Code of Conduct 2011.
Before we accept instructions and funds from any prospective client, we must be satisfied as to any prospective client’s identity, address and the source of any funds remitted to us. We must also be sure that a prospective client has the capacity to instruct us.
Prospective clients must also sign and return our formal engagement letter and any contingency or conditional fee agreement to enable us to represent their interests effectively.
Griffin Law’s current Terms of Business can be downloaded here.