What Our Clients Say
We asked our clients what makes Lawk.co.uk service outstanding and the resulting five key elements which now underpin every aspect of how we work with them.
Advice that actually provides advice
You will find our advice straightforward, clear and in plain English. We provide an honest assessment and a plan for the future and deliver it without jargon. If you want us to recommend a course of action, we’ll get off the fence and do this.
“The paralegals at Lawk.co.uk are always personable and have always offered straight advice on the issues at hand.”
Responsiveness and availability
You’ll find that were easily accessible: in person, by phone or by email. We will always provide a rapid response to your queries and ensure that your deadlines are met.
“Professional approach, no false promises, honesty at the outset in terms of deliverability – excellent communication and availability throughout the entire process.”
Transparency and certainty on costs
You want the maximum value from your legal spend and certainty on costs. We will explain to you what the job entails, what we will undertake for you and how much it will cost. Throughout the process, you’ll be updated on how a job is progressing.
“I was given the exact cost in my meeting, Brilliant”
Personal chemistry and a close working relationship
You will find were personable, friendly, down to earth, enthusiastic and interested. We will invest our time in building our relationship.
“As far as I am concerned, the paralegals from Lawk became firm friends. Knowledgeable, friendly and we have a good professional relationship that I feel would be difficult to beat.
Knowledge of you and your requirements
We will always want to know as much about your situation as possible so that we can tailor our advice and put it in context. We will invest our time in this as it means our clients get advice that is astute, relevant and effective.
“Very good with specific knowledge and the paralegals at Lawk didn’t mind debating with me when I didn’t agree, but they were correct with their assessment.”