50% discount off a simple will for Pure Gym colleagues, and £175+VAT for your spouse/partner if you would like a Mirror will, or 50% off if your spouse is a colleague too*.
For other estate planning products such as Lasting Power of Attorney****, Trusts and Court of Protection work, colleagues will receive up to a 50% discount depending on the service chosen.
Our discounted price starts at £400 + VAT for a sale or purchase of a normal freehold transaction. Further charges will apply for leasehold properties. (up to 50% discount)**
Every colleague will be entitled to a free telephone appointment to obtain advice about your personal circumstances.
Discounts and fixed fee packages are available to all colleagues as follows:
- Free consultation when generic advice can be provided and funding options considered
- Fixed fee initial appointment (face to face or by telephone) when specific advice can be provided
- Choose a ‘Pay As You Go’ service:
i. Pay as You Go is a service designed to lower the cost of dealing with your matter; providing only essential legal support with real cost control. You ‘act in person’. You are the first point of contact and the one in control of your case. You do all the paperwork and administration, reducing costs even further. You are your only client and therefore work as quickly as you’d like.
- A discount of up to 20% on fixed price family law services for colleagues and their families
- Family mediation is also covered across this sector and prices depend on the level of mediation required
Our bereavement guidance service is free for everyone with no time restrictions.
All colleagues will receive up to 25% off probate packages***. No money is requested up front for any subsequent probate work apart from the court fee of £273. Our fees are taken from the estate once Probate has been completed.
Probate is not always necessary when someone passes away, but if it is required, it is referred to as the ‘Grant of Probate’ in England & Wales or ‘Confirmation’ in Scotland.
When you are looking at applying for the Grant of Probate, there is a form to be completed called ‘PA1’ which is used in England and Wales and submitted to the Probate Registry.
Probate/Confirmation in Scotland is slightly different and may attract a higher fee scale. In Scotland, when applying for ‘Confirmation’, the form that is required to be completed is called ‘C1/C5’ and this gets submitted to the relevant Sheriff’s Court in Scotland.
For more information please read this link*****.
A complex and specialist area of law, we deal with will disputes, contentious probate matters, as well as property litigation. Our experience has shown that it is usually possible to resolve a dispute without the need to take it to trial. Our key focus is to act with speed and add value to your position to resolve the problem or issue you have.
For complex areas of law such as litigation, where costs can change as events develop, the solicitor may be unable to provide a fixed fee arrangement at the outset, however, a rate of discount will still be applied.
All colleagues will receive up to 20% off.
Every colleague is entitled to a free 30 minute consultation and up to 20% discount on fees.
Terms and Conditions
*Couples must both be current PureGym colleagues to qualify for the 50% discount.
**Dependent on property price. For higher value properties there is a different fee scale, however, fees are still discounted. Where there is a property in Scotland that requires conveyancing, this may attract a higher fee scale.
***Applies to full administration only. Up to £200 off other packages.
****Power of attorney registration fee is £82 per application. This is payable to the Office of Public Guardian. As per any disbursement these fees are not discountable.
*****Information accurate as of website publish date (December 2021).
Adroit is a panel manager and will refer your case to one of our solicitors whom we work with closely. Adroit does not provide any services directly. Terms and conditions apply. All reserved legal work is carried out by law firms regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) or the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC). All terms will be provided to you upon instruction from your chosen lawyer. All will writing and estate planning will be handled by specialist consultants who are members of the Society of Will Writers or the Institute of Professional Will Writers or firms which are Solicitors regulated by the SRA or the CLC. You will be informed prior to appointment as to whom your specialist will be and in what capacity they will be acting.