In theory, these types of cases are being dealt with amicably and therefore costs should be kept reasonable and proportionate. However, it can depend on how involved the other party’s solicitors are, how much disclosure is needed, and how lengthy negotiations are.
As a general guide, we would therefore estimate costs of at least £1,000 and often up to £2,500 plus VAT.
If there was a lot of disclosure to be dealt with and/or protracted negotiations, the costs could increase further, but we would discuss this with you if it became apparent that was the case.
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