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Our experienced team of Costs Lawyers and Costs Draftsmen specialise not only in all areas of Family & Care matters, but also Civil Litigation and Personal Injury including Clinical Negligence, as well as Commercial, Probate and Court of Protection matters.
We can deal with all aspects of legal costs negotiation and our cost drafting services are second to none.
We take the stress and worry out of recovering legal costs for our Clients. Contact us today to see what we can do for you.
We are also one of the few firms of law costs draftsmen accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) as First Tier Experts.
About Our Legal Costs Team
We are a team of dedicated and experienced law costs draftsmen specialising in Civil Litigation and Personal Injury, as well as Clinical Negligence, Care and Family, Private Client, Court of Protection & Probate matters, PPI & other financial mis-selling claims and Commercial matters.
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This Judgment was given by Ms Justice Russell in relation to an Application to Appeal a decision refusing an Application by the Appellant to relocate to Italy with the child of the family. The Appellant was the mother of the child and the Respondent was the father of the child, who had opposed the mother’s […]
The case concerned an application by a mother for permission to appeal an order made by HHJ Hughes QC in Children Act proceedings concerning the parties’ daughter, M (DOB 04/02/15). The parties had separated before the child was born. Initially there were proceedings as the father had concerns about the mother abducting the child to […]
Over the coming months we will be introducing a different member of the Paramount team. They will be answering questions like how did they start in the world of costs, what changes they have seen since starting, their number 1 costs tip and if they were stranded on a desert island what three items would […]
Proportionality remains an extremely important topic in the world of costs, and barely a week seems goes by without new case law coming to our attention on the subject. Since the “new” proportionality test into play in April 2013, costs have been subject to two proportionality tests, with the costs incurred before that time being […]