Methods of payment
As part of our philosophy of providing exceptional customer service to our clients we have a range of payment methods to assist you in keeping control of ‘your’ money.
Payments can be made by:
- Electronic transfer straight from your bank to ours
This is for your benefit as it's at no cost to you and your liability is discharged immediately. Our bank details are provided in our retainer letter and can be provided upon request.
- Credit/debit card
We accept the following credit cards:
Please note that a cheque will take at least five working days to clear and we will not be able to rely on these funds until after this time.
To always ensure our clients are fully aware of the way in which Berlad Graham works, and to protect you, please see the terms under which we produce our invoices.
In view of the fact that this bill may be required for production to HM Revenue and Customs in connection with VAT payments, we have kept to a minimum the details of work undertaken on your behalf so that confidentiality is maintained. If you require further details of the work carried out we will be pleased to supply the same on a separate statement.
We request that this bill be settled within 14 days after receipt of the same by you after which time we reserve the right to charge interest on the total amount outstanding at the rate payable on judgment debts.
You have the right to object to a bill by way of the firm’s complaints procedure. If the matter cannot be resolved you may be able to make a complaint to the Office for Legal Complaints. You may also have the right to have the bill Assessed by the court under sections 70, 71 and 72 of the Solicitors Act 1974.
We shall be entitled to charge interest on the outstanding amount of the bill in accordance with Article 5 of the Solicitors (Non-Contentious Business) Remuneration Order 2009.