Online Services for Individuals
Are your personal legal affairs in order?
At Ashton KCJ we recognise that not everyone's needs are the same throughout their life and that sometimes online documents are more appropriate in helping you solve your legal issues. Ashton KCJ Online offers a convenient cost effective solution for getting divorced, drafting your Will and changing your name.
Our user-friendly system presents you with an easy-to-complete questionnaire specific to the document you are drafting. As you complete the questionnaire your answers are immediately transformed into a tailor-made legal document. Guidance and advice are provided throughout the questionnaire process so that the vast majority of general queries that you may have are dealt with immediately.
On completion, your document is submitted to a Ashton KCJ lawyer to review, answer any reasonable questions you may have, make any drafting changes required and ensure you receive a document that is suitable for your requirements based on the answers you gave the system. The time we spend on your document is limited but designed to fit most people's needs. Should your document require significant extra work we will provide you with a no obligation quote for the additional work.
Once your document has been approved, Ashton KCJ will inform you that the document is available to retrieve online or, if you prefer, to collect from our offices - the choice is yours.
Have a more complex legal matter?
If you have a pressing legal matter that cannot be resolved with one of our fixed-fee document services then we're here to help. With over 100 legal experts ready to advise you, you know that you are putting your case in the best possible hands.
Simply complete our online enquiry form and a specialist will contact you to let you know if we can deal with your case and give an idea of expected fees – with no obligation to use our services.
Please note that we are lawyers who are qualified to provide legal advice in England and Wales only and as such our documents are only appropriate for those agreements which are to be governed by English law. Should you have any concerns or doubts as to whether or not the English law should apply to your documents, please do not hesitate to give us a call and we would be delighted to discuss this further with you.