Hegarty Solicitors have launched a new website this week with the aim of demystifying legal services.
The new Hegarty Solicitors website features a resources area containing legal guides, frequently asked questions and information to help explain and simplify legal services.
Laura Charnley, Marketing Manager at Hegarty Solicitors commented “Language used in legal services can often be unfamiliar and processes may seem complex, therefore a key focus in designing our new website was enabling local people to access legal information in an easy, informative way.
Our new website features a range of frequently asked legal questions, alongside guides to legal services to help explain these processes. Our guides use plain English to explain what will happen at each step along the way, whether that be a conveyancing matter, divorce, writing a will or many other common legal matters.
Alongside these resources, people accessing our website can make use of handy calculators to find out how much their case is likely to cost.”
Hegarty Solicitors was founded by senior partner Richard Hegarty in 1974 and is an integral part of the local community in Peterborough, Stamford and Oakham. The firm offers a wide range of legal services for both businesses and individuals.
Richard Hegarty, Senior Partner at Hegarty Solicitors commented, “We believe in being open and honest about our fees and we are committed to making a positive impact on the community we work in.
We know that many people research services online to help decide how to proceed or to find information, however it can sometimes be difficult to find reliable information about legal services. Our conveyancing calculator allows people considering moving house to quickly and easily calculate how much their conveyancing fees are likely to be before making any commitments.
We also have calculators for businesses to estimate the cost of contract reviews, a range of fixed fee online wills services and information about our family law fixed fee services accessible via our new website.”