Our Fees

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At MaxLaw, we provide our clients with flexibility in our fee arrangements.

 We offer both fixed fee and hourly rate options, allowing us to tailor the fee structure to suit the unique needs of each client. The specific agreement regarding fees will be determined through a thorough evaluation of the client’s case, considering the complexity of the matter, the extent of work involved, and the time and resources required to meet the client’s legal requirements.


Immigration Fees

Fees for Immigration Applications (excluding asylum claims) at MaxLaw

Our fees for the preparation and submission of immigration applications are comprehensive and cover the following:

  • The necessary documents involved in your immigration matter
  • Consultations and conferences with our clients
  • Obtaining instructions and providing advice
  • Free initial consultation for half an hour for all immigration matters
  • Preparation and submission of the application

Our Services Include:

  • Detailed assessment of your circumstances to determine the most appropriate application and explore alternative options available to you
  • Providing you with a list of required documents for your application
  • Advising you on the Immigration Rules and whether you meet the criteria
  • Assisting you in understanding the application process and any potential challenges
  • Reviewing and considering the supporting evidence, information, and documents you provide
  • Providing guidance and helping you obtain additional evidence, such as medical records, translations, and bank statements
  • Preparing and submitting your application on your behalf, with an estimated time commitment of approximately 10 hours
  • Attending Home Office interviews on your behalf, if required
  • Advising you on the expected outcome of your application and any further steps you need to take

Time Frame for Immigration Applications:

The duration of the work involved in your case will depend on various factors, including:

  • The amount of supporting evidence and documents to be considered
  • Obtaining any missing documents from the relevant departments
  • Your language proficiency
  • Whether you are applying with dependents
  • he processing time by the Home Office (which can be checked on their website)

Please note that processing times can vary, and we cannot guarantee the exact duration. However, we can provide a more accurate estimate once we have more information about your specific case.

Disbursements Not Included:

Disbursements are additional costs payable to third parties, such as Home Office Visa fees, IHS surcharges, translation costs, interpreter fees, medical reports, and psychiatric reports. These expenses are not included in our quoted fees as they vary based on the specific requirements of your case. We handle the payment of disbursements on your behalf to ensure a smooth process.

Immigration Health Surcharge is required in every application (apart from Indefinite Leave to Remain or Naturalisation)

Annual per-person fee


Home Office fees

Read the current Home Office fees

Tribunal fees

Paper appeal


Oral appeal


Judicial Review fees

Court fee


Application Notice fee (may not apply)


Renewal Fee for Oral Hearing at Upper Tribunal


Translation fees: Is variable and dependent on language and the number of words involves in the relevant document.

Interpreters’ Fees: The cost of interpreters’ fees can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the number of hours required. We will obtain a quote from a third-party interpreter to provide an accurate estimate. Clients have the option to use our chosen interpreter or bring their own trusted individual to assist with interpretation. Effective communication is important to us, and we will work closely with you to arrange suitable interpretation services for your immigration matters.

Independent expert reports e.g. medical experts.  These are not required in many cases: we will let you know as soon as possible if we consider an expert report necessary.

(£1,200.00 – £7,000.00)

Costs for Leave to Remain Applications:

Our fixed fees for an initial Leave to Remain application range from £1,000 plus VAT for Grade D fee earners (Paralegals or Trainee solicitors) to £2,000 plus VAT. Additional fees of approximately £350 plus VAT per applicant will apply for each additional family member included in the application.

Please note that VAT and disbursements are not included in our fees. For more detailed information, please refer to the above section.

The specific circumstances of your application can affect our fees. Factors such as first-time applications or extensions, complex situations involving medical issues, criminal convictions, personal complexities, language considerations, supporting documents or witnesses, potential Home Office interviews, and the need for fast-tracked or premium applications may result in adjusted fees. We will provide an estimate based on our hourly rates, taking into account any additional work required.

Fees for other Immigration Matters:

For fees related to asylum claim applications, statelessness visa applications, human rights or private life applications, Secretary of State Immigration Bail applications, reconsideration and legacy requests, judicial review, immigration services to businesses, and other matters, please contact us directly for detailed information.

immigration Health Surcharge is required in every application (apart from Indefinite Leave to Remain or Naturalisation)

Annual per-person fee

Please give the HO link for IHS.


Immigration MATTER


VAT (if applicable)

Transfer of Condition



Settlement-SET O/ILR


Plus VAT


£1250 – £3000(+ £350 for each dependant)

Plus VAT

Entry Clearance as Spouse of EEA National



Entry Clearance as Spouse of British Citizen

£1250-£2000 (+ £350 for each dependant)


Discretionary Leave


VAT if applicable

Tier 1 Visas

£1250 – £3000

VAT if applicable


£3000 – £5000

VAT if applicable




Appeals to First-Tier Tribunal and Upper-Tier Tribunal

£1700 – £2700 (+ £350 for each dependant)

VAT if applicable

Judicial Review

£3000- £4500

VAT if applicable

Appeals to the Court of Appeal or UK Supreme Court

£5,000- £10,000

VAT if applicable

At MaxLaw, our team of Immigration Solicitors is dedicated to delivering high-quality services for all our client’s immigration needs. With expertise and attention to detail, we will carefully assess your documentation and immigration status to determine the most appropriate route and provide accurate guidelines.

Rest assured that we will handle the entire application process on your behalf, ensuring all necessary documents and information are submitted in a timely manner. We prioritize efficient communication and will provide you with regular updates on the progress of your immigration matters without any unnecessary delays.

Fees for Motoring Offences

At Max Law, we offer fixed fees for handling motoring offences. Below are the estimated amounts payable for our services:

The work involved in your case will include:

  • Reviewing related evidence
  • Providing advice on pleas and likely sentences
  • Advising on sentencing options available to the court
  • Recommending whether an exceptional hardship or special reasons argument should be made, if applicable
  • Representation at a single hearing

The estimated time spent on preparation and representation is approximately 3 hours. Our fixed rate for this service is £450 plus VAT. Please note that the following additional work is not included in this fee:

  • Instruction of any expert witnesses (approximately 1 hour)
  • Expert fees (£330-1,050 plus VAT)
  • Taking statements from witnesses (approximately 1-1 hour 45 minutes per witness)
  • Advice and assistance for special reasons hearings (approximately 1 hour)
  • Advice or assistance for appeals (approximately 1 hour)

Our fixed fee charges for motoring offences range from £1,850 to £3,000. For a guilty plea in a drunk driving offence, the fixed fee is £2,000 plus VAT.

The fee includes:

  • 2 hours of attendance and preparation
  • Reviewing evidence
  • Taking instructions
  • Providing advice on likely sentence
  • Attendance and representation at a single hearing at the Magistrates Court

The following items are not included in the fee and may incur additional costs, which will be discussed with you in advance:

  • Instruction of any expert witnesses (approximately 1 hour)
  • Expert fees (£400-£1,100 plus VAT)
  • Taking statements from witnesses (approximately 1-1 hour 45 minutes per witness)
  • Advice and assistance for special reason hearings (approximately 1 hour)
  • Advice or assistance for appeals (approximately 1 hour)

Please note that the timeline of your matter is based on the presumption that you have entered a guilty plea and have a hearing date. The key stages of your case include:

  • Meeting with your solicitor to provide instructions on what happened
  • Reviewing initial disclosure and other evidence, providing advice
  • Arranging witness statements if necessary (additional cost)
  • Explaining the court procedure and available sentencing options
  • Conducting further preparatory work, obtaining additional instructions if needed, and addressing follow-up queries
  • Attending court on the hearing day and discussing the outcome with you
  • If advice on appeal is required, additional costs will be discussed

Our Immigration Solicitors at MaxLaw are dedicated to providing quality services for all immigration matters. We ensure accurate guidance based on your documentation and status, submit applications with required documentation promptly and provide timely updates on your immigration matters.

To get started, please fill in the form below to book an initial consultation. A member of our team will contact you as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone at 0777 677 5637 or email us at ilsa@maxlawsolicitors.co.uk.

Our Personal Injury Fees

Even a minor injury can have significant financial implications, including recovery time, loss of earnings, medical expenses, and damage to belongings. Compensation aims to alleviate the financial burden caused by an accident that was not your fault, giving you time to fully recover.

We understand that you are keen to know the amount of compensation you may be entitled to. However, since each case is unique, our experts can provide an accurate assessment only after analyzing your claim.

Injury/Accident in the Last 3 Years

You may be eligible for compensation in THOUSANDS:

  • Knee: £4,300 – £70,700*
  • Back: £200 – £118,000*
  • Neck: £200 – £109,000*
  • Wrist: £2,600 – £44,000*
  • Shoulder: £3,200 – £35,300*

*Source: Judicial College, Oxford University Press, 2013.


  • Brain damage: £1,675 – £307,000
  • Epilepsy: £8,100 – £114,100
  • Hair: £3,000 – £8,375


  • Eye Injury: £1,675 – £204,250
  • Fracture of Jaws: £4,900 – £34,600
  • Fracture of cheekbones: £1,770 – £12,000
  • Damage to Teeth: £830 – £29,000
  • Torso/Upper body
  • Neck injuries: £205 – £112,750
  • Shoulder Injuries: £3,300 – £36,500
  • Back Injuries: £205 – £122,350
  • Chest injuries: £1,675 – £114,100
  • Asbestos: £11,450 – £80,450


  • Amputation of arm/s: £73,100 – £228,000
  • Other arm injuries: £5,000 – £99,500
  • Hand Injuries: £700 – £153,200
  • Wrist injuries: £2,675 – £45,500
  • Finger fracture: £3,600 – £27,925
  • Vibration White Finger: £2,270 – £29,200

Lower Body

  • Injury of pelvis and hips: £3,000 – £99,500
  • Leg injuries: up to £6,925 – £103,250
  • Amputation of Leg/s: £74,475- £214,350
  • Knee injury: £4,300 – £73,125
  • Ankle injury: £10,450 – £53,000
  • Foot Injuries: £10,450 – £83,325
  • Amputation of Foot/Feet: £63,825 – £153,200
  • Toe injury: up to £7,300 – £16,000
  • Amputation of all toes: £27,750 – £42,600