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Our compulsory professional indemnity insurance cover is under the Law Society of Scotland's Master Policy for professional indemnity insurance. The cover is provided by a panel of insurers, the lead insurer being Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc. For these purposes, the lead insurer's address is 200 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5SG. The territorial coverage of the cover is worldwide.

Value Added Tax

Charles Wood & Son is registered in the UK for Value Added Tax. The registration number is 270326578.

Equality Standards Policy

Charles Wood & Son is committed to promoting equality and diversity in its own policies, practices and procedures and in those areas in which it has influence. This applies to Charles Wood & Son’s dealings with members of Charles Wood & Son (which in this context will include partners/directors and employees and any other person engaged by Charles Wood & Son), solicitors, counsel, clients and third parties.

Charles Wood & Son will treat everyone equally and with the same attention, courtesy and respect and will not discriminate without lawful cause against any person, nor will it victimise or harass any person on the grounds of their race or racial group (including colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), gender, transgender (including marital status, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity and paternity), sexual orientation (including civil partnership status), religion or belief, age or disability.

Charles Wood & Son will take such steps and make such adjustments as are necessary in all the circumstances in order to prevent any members of Charles Wood & Son and any clients who are disabled from being placed at a disadvantage in comparison with those who are not disabled.

Every member of Charles Wood & Son will have access to Charles Wood & Son's Equality Standards policy and it will be available on request to any client, and to The Law Society of Scotland.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

We recognise that Alternative Dispute Resolution Regulations have implemented ADR/EDR Directive 2013/11/EU to promote alternative dispute resolution as a means of redress for consumers in relation to unsatisfactory services. We have however chosen not to adopt an ADR process and if you have any concerns about the services you receive from Charles Wood & Son you should contact our Client Relations Partner.


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Price Transparency for Clients and Potential Clients


We are regulated by the Law Society of Scotland. The Law Society has issued guidance on what is called “Price Transparency”. This relates to information which should be made available to clients and potential clients about fees, outlays and costs that may be incurred when instructing a solicitor. The guidance is in place for all firms in Scotland that offer legal services on a private client basis.

We aim to be open and transparent with all clients regarding the costs incurred for the services which we will provide. At the point of providing instructions, or indeed considering the provision of instructions to our office, a solicitor will always endeavour to provide a clear indication of the likely costs to be incurred both initially - usually in the context of an “instruction fee” - and for the different stages of a case as it progresses. It is much easier to provide a real indication of costs in the context of a case itself rather than in the context of generalities. We can however, give illustrations of the potential costs which can be incurred though it is important to always bear in mind that every legal case is individual in its requirements and difficulties and, indeed, as regards the value of the matter to you, our client.

It is always important to remember that VAT has to be charged on top of fees. We appreciate that private clients as against business clients, are unlikely to be able to recover the VAT which is paid in addition to our fees. Please remember however, that the VAT element is not kept by the firm but is simply passed on to the Government. Additionally it may be a reasonable anticipation that outlays will be incurred, for example, court costs, the costs for doctor reports/expert reports.

Here on our website we provide some examples of pricing for the range of services in which we practise. These are, as required, only illustrations, not definitive costs. This is because a legal case or transaction is a like a fingerprint – no job is the same as any other job, and the uniqueness of the work is thus matched by the charges for it. Some kinds of work carry a fixed fee, others are calculated by a scale or unit cost varying with the amount of time or other effort that is appropriate for the completion of the case or transaction. Over and above fees, outlays are charges and costs paid out by the Firm on behalf of the client to other companies, offices, organisations – e.g. the sheriff court, Registers of Scotland, search companies, local authorities and others. These charges are incurred by the client as a necessary part of the work being done. The Firm makes no margin or profit on outlays, they are simply passed on to the client at whatever cost is charged to us. We will do our best to identify them to you in advance and will notify you of any costs to be incurred before we incur liability for them on your behalf.

So while we have outlined these examples, and hope they are helpful in describing the kind of charges for your work, you can be almost sure that none of them exactly matches it - except by chance in a few limited cases. But this unavoidable mismatch is dealt with by another Law Society of Scotland requirement. All work to be carried out by solicitors in any firm must be preceded by a written estimate or quotation of fees, VAT and outlays. This costing is part of an obligation to issue clients with Terms of Engagement – a set of relevant information made up of a formal letter and other related documentation.

Clients and potential clients reading this Price Transparency material should contact one of our solicitors for the specific and detailed estimate/quotation of fees, as well as discussing the work to be done and any other preliminary matters.

This Price Transparency information is given in good faith but clients and potential clients must appreciate that any examples of fees and outlays set out here and an indication of the scope of work set out here will be superseded by any specific estimates of fees and outlays and detailed scopes of work provided in any engagement letter which we issue. If there is any inconsistency between the general information set out here and the specific information set out in our engagement letter, the terms of our engagement letter will prevail.


As general practice solicitors this Firm takes on a range of clients and cases/transactions. Sometimes the work is preliminary advice, or assistance with a minor or brief legal issue requiring correspondence with other parties or solicitors, and/or creating of legal documentation. There really is no limit to the range of needs of clients when it comes to legal services and processes.

A solicitor from our office will usually be available to discuss matters briefly by telephone and to indicate whether or not any particular issue is one with which we can assist, whether or not legal aid funding (legal advice and assistance or legal aid) is likely to be available and at what cost private instructions would be accepted. It is however, usually impossible to set a ceiling or top limit on the likely level of fees. Inevitably fees are driven by circumstances which may well be outside the control of you, our client. Our charge rate is £200 plus VAT of £40 per hour with charging units of 6 minutes in length and equivalent units for correspondence. We will always seek to ensure that fees are charged on a basis which is fair and reasonable and in certain cases we will agree with you an instruction fee or a disposal fee which will provide you with certainty as to the costs to be incurred either to a certain stage of your case or to overall. We reserve the right to review the level of the agreed fee should your case become protracted or in the event of unanticipated complications but we will advise you of such changes in advance and agree them with you. We cannot undertake work without funding and generally payment will be required to allow work to progress on the basis of a reasonable estimate of the work to be done. It is likely that we will require payment from you as the case progresses.

We often offer preliminary consultation without charge for a discussion or meeting, though we reserve the right to charge for all services and advice. Some examples of miscellaneous charges:

For notarising/certifying documents a fee may be £50 (plus VAT at 20%) = £60. No outlays.

For advising on and corresponding with a neighbour who is encroaching on a boundary the fee may be based on an hourly rate of £200 plus VAT £40 per hour, but budgeted as an initial maximum of £300 (plus VAT at 20%) = £360. No outlays.

For advising on planning for retirement, property and wealth management, succession/inheritance planning, care costs and related matters, the fee may be based on an hourly rate of £200 plus VAT £40 per hour, but set as an initial maximum of £400 (plus VAT at 20%) = £480. No outlays.


When a marriage or domestic partnership breaks down there may be a range of legal matters to consider and settle. These may include property sale/transfer, sharing of financial assets and pensions, residence of and contact with children, financial maintenance - even negotiating who gets the dog. This kind of work more than most others cannot be costed exactly in advance as each case is as different is as each family is from another. These matters, if the negotiation between ex-partners via solicitors is successful is captured in a legally binding Minute of Agreement (contract) signed by both parties and registered. The Terms of Engagement letter often requires a time and line/hourly/unit rate charge.

A possible outcome is a fee, based on the time and line rate, of £1,500 (plus VAT at 20%) = £1,800.

Outlays may include a share of the registration dues of the Minute of Agreement: £22 if paying for both extracts (copies); £11 if for one only. Where a pension share is required, a pension share implementation fee payment to the Pension Administrators/Trustees of circa £750.


These matters can sometimes be resolved with preliminary advice and correspondence. In other circumstances court action is required. The charges to be incurred will be determined by the precise circumstances in which you find yourself, your attitude to those difficulties and indeed the attitude of your opponents and your opponent’s advisors. You may be lucky enough for the case to resolve with very little input from our office but the matter may become extremely protracted.

We will endeavour to give you an indication of the costs based on our reasonable pre-estimate of the amount of work involved – the extent of which will be discussed with you. It is likely that we will agree with you an instruction fee or fixed fee in relation to the initial stages of the case. Such an instruction fee is likely to range between £500 and £1,500 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £600 and £1,800 but this should not be taken as total case costs. Our fees will include taking your instructions, providing advice as appropriate to your requirement, corresponding with your opponents and your opponents solicitors, considering options as to how to progress the matter, drafting court documents, providing court representation and corresponding with you in relation to court outcomes to include rights of appeal.


A Will is an important document. It is essential that a Will properly reflects your intentions. The law has its own rules for the division of your estate. If you do not have a Will this may not be as you – or indeed your relatives would wish or indeed expect. When providing advice on the preparation of a Will we will require to discuss and advise you on your options and risks of any course of action to achieve the desired outcome.

For a straightforward Will involving consultation advice, preparation of the Will, its execution and delivery to you our fees would typically be in the region of between £150 and £250 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £180 and £300.

It may be possible for us to arrange a home visit to complete your Will. Additional charges would be incurred in that regard. If a husband and wife or other civil partners wish Wills in similar terms to each other (mirror Wills) it is likely that a reduced charge will be made for the second Will. There are usually no outlays associated with the preparation of a Will.


There are various kinds of Powers of Attorney. The most used is a document which supports a person who is incapacitated mentally and/or physically and cannot carry out his or her normal business and/or personal care known as a Combined Power of Attorney. It allows a trusted friend or family member or a number of them to do what is needed armed with full legal rights conferred by the “Granter” of the Power of Attorney. The document is lengthy and complex and must be tailored to the specific needs and circumstances of the adult. A basic Power of Attorney will require a meeting and consultation with the solicitor, the drafting of the Power of Attorney document, its completion and execution together with the provision of a certificate by the solicitor or other person confirming that the adult has the relevant legal capacity at the time the document is signed. For a basic Power of Attorney the fee is likely to be £250 (plus VAT at 20%) = £300 with an additional charge if a home visit is required.

The cost of registering the Power of Attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian is currently £81 and will be charged in addition. Where a husband and wife or other civil partners both required Powers of Attorney in similar circumstances then a reduced fee will be agreed for the second Power of Attorney.


Where creation of a Power of Attorney is not possible or is inappropriate, the alternative is for a suitable person – who may be a family member or another - to apply to the Sheriff Court to be appointed Guardian. This is a complex and very detailed court process involving much documentation and formal reporting by various parties, officials and personnel to satisfy the court that the court order is necessary and appropriate. It also involves personal appearance at court by the solicitor to conduct at least one formal hearing in front of the sheriff before the order is permitted and awarded. The exact extent/amount of work cannot be specified in advance as it is dependent on so many different factors unique to each case. The Terms of Engagement letter often requires inclusion of a time-and-line/hourly/unit rate charge.

A possible fee (based on that hourly/time and line formula) may be £2,500 (plus VAT at 20%) = £3,000.

Outlays may include Sheriff Court initial dues of circa £129, additional fee of circa £56, psychiatric fee of circa £240, a medical report fee of circa £224, and sheriff officers for service of application etc. of circa £140.


Executry is the name used by lawyers for the work required in winding up the estate of someone who has died. It is another area where it is difficult, and often impossible, to give accurate levels of fee in advance. The Terms of Engagement often require a time-and-line/hourly/unit rate charge. It also makes a difference to the amount of work whether or not there is available a valid will signed by the deceased – more work and other costs are likely if there is no will. The work may involve meetings and consultations between the family/executor and the solicitor, collating and valuing the assets and liabilities of the estate, corresponding with financial and other institutions (e.g. banks, building societies, share registrars, employers/pension administrators, DWP, HMRC, council tax departments, factors, mortgage lenders and more), drawing court documents and forms for Confirmation (Scottish equivalent of Probate), dealing with the Sheriff Court processing the forms, ingathering the financial estate (i.e. collecting in all the money), accounting to the executor and distributing the bequests and shares of estate among beneficiaries.

There may also be a home/heritable property to sell on the open market or transfer to a beneficiary. That work is not included in this example as it is a conveyancing process (see Sale of Residential Property (Conveyancing) below), nor is calculating and dealing with Inheritance Tax, which affects only a limited number of estates and generates considerable work.

If no fixed fee is agreed at the outset, we will have our fee assessed by independent Law Accountants.

Outlays may include Court Confirmation dues of circa £261 plus a further circa £8 for each individual asset certificate if needed.


The Firm deals with transactions for clients buying a home, whether it be a flat, house, new-build property land to build upon. The work may involve: communications and advice by the solicitor with the client, correspondence with estate agents and the seller’s solicitor, drawing up a range of documents including a formal legal offer and further missives, examination of title, inspection of searches and reports, drawing of a new title (disposition) and mortgage security where necessary, arranging settlement (completion) of the transaction, obtaining and managing the funds from both client and mortgage lender, completion of Anti Money Laundering procedures, submission of LBTT (Scottish Stamp Duty) return and making payment of tax where due to Revenue Scotland, registration of new title (and mortgage security where funding comes from a lender), reporting to client and lender after registration.

The fee for this work may be between £600 and £1,000 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £720 and £12,00 dependent upon the purchase price payable, the complexity of the transaction or whether there are any issues with the title which require to be investigated.

Outlays are (for a transaction with price of say £160,000 part-funded by a mortgage) circa £370 to Registers of Scotland for registration of the title, circa £70 for registration of the mortgage, circa £20 for Advance Notice for mortgage, circa £300 for LBTT (though less if first purchase and more – payment of Additional Dwelling Supplement/ADS - if buying a second property). LBTT and title registration dues change on sliding scales according to the price of the property, so in the foregoing illustration some of the outlays are not applicable if the property is a different price.


The Firm deals with transactions for clients selling a home, whether it be a flat, house, or land to build upon. The work may involve communication and advice by the solicitor with the client, correspondence with estate agents and the purchaser’s solicitor, drawing up a range of documents including a formal legal acceptance of the buyer’s offer and further missives, provision of title, ordering of searches and reports, revising of a new title (disposition) and discharging mortgage security where necessary, arranging completion/settlement of the transaction, managing the funds from buyer’s lawyer and redeeming outstanding mortgage to the lender, registration of discharge where necessary, reporting to and settling with the client.

The fee for this work may be between £600 and £1,000 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £720 and £12,00 dependent upon the sale price, the complexity of the transaction or whether there are any issues with the title which require to be investigated.

Outlays are circa £70 for registration of the mortgage discharge, circa £20 for Advance Notice for title, and circa £200 for title, property and coal mining searches.


We deal with transactions for clients who are re-mortgaging their home. The work may involve communication and advice by the solicitor with the client, examination of title, drawing up a range of documents, including a new mortgage security and a discharge of the old mortgage, ordering and inspection of searches and reports, obtaining and managing funds from the new mortgage lender, redeeming outstanding mortgage to the old lender, registration of discharge arranging completion/settlement of the transaction, registration of new mortgage security, reporting to client and lender after registration.

The fee for this work may be £450 (plus VAT at 20%) = £540.

Outlays are circa £70 for registration of the mortgage discharge, circa £70 for registration of the new mortgage security, circa £20 for Advance Notice for the security and circa £200 for title, property and mining searches.


Once a mortgage has been paid off, there is a legal/conveyancing process to update title deeds known as discharge of security. Security is the correct Scottish legal word for mortgage. The mortgage lender has a charge over the client’s title while the loan remains under repayment, and this can be removed once full redemption has been made and the bank or lender no longer has a claim over the property.

For a basic discharge of mortgage security the fee may be circa £200 (plus VAT at 20%) = £240.

The outlay is a charge of circa £70 payable to the Registers of Scotland.


Criminal offences including road traffic matters can be complex and the facts of each case are unique. We need to understand the difficulties in which you find yourself and how you would have these answered. It may or may not be that you accept any fault at all. It may be possible to make representations to the prosecutor so as to stop a case reported by the police or other agency for consideration of prosecution actually going to court. You may require us to bring all possible resources to bear in the hope that you will be acquitted (found not guilty) of any criminal allegation or, in the alternative, it may be that we will require to manage the case to your best advantage and to seek for you the most preferential outcome – always appreciating that this is in the hands of others.


Even where it is apparent that you will have to plead guilty, it is often appropriate to carry out background enquiry and to speak with the prosecutor about the detail of the case. Our experience indicates fees will be incurred to the level between £300 and £1,000 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £360 and £1,200 to resolve the case at an early stage always ensuring that a full explanation for and mitigation of the events can be offered.


When a not guilty plea is intimated and the case is continued to trial, fees are likely to be incurred at a level of between £600 and £2,000 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £720 and £2,400 for work up to and including the first Intermediate diet. This is the date before a trial when parties are required to attend court and confirm to the Sheriff whether or not the case is prepared. We will often agree an instruction fee or fixed fee in this case. Additional fees will be incurred following the first Intermediate diet most likely in the range of £600 to £1,500 (plus VAT at 20%) = between £720 and £1,800 assuming the matter is likely to proceed to a Trial on a single day only.

As required in any case our fees would include taking instructions from you, providing advice, obtaining all necessary information from the police and the Procurator Fiscal, obtaining required documents and reviewing these, providing full advice on your options, possible court disposals, court representation and correspondence.

Please note that these are an indication of price ranges only. As we have already stated all cases are individual and a tailored indication of fees will be provided at the point when we are accepting instructions.


These cases are likely to be far more serious in their nature and far more involved in their circumstances. We will generally give you an indication of costs based on our reasonable pre-estimate of the time required of any given case. We will most likely charge an instruction fee and will always seek to advise you in advance when further fees will be required. We will seek to agree these with you. There is no typical case so far as prosecutions at the higher level in Scottish Courts are concerned.

It may be that with our best endeavours the prosecution could be discontinued at an early stage in which case fees of less than £1,000 (plus VAT at 20%) = £1,200 can be anticipated. This firm has however, been instructed in lengthy and complex matters where the work required has incurred fees extending to many tens of thousands of pounds.

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