Book A General Dispute Consultation

All cases considered on a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis after initial consultation.

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Andrew Gray
Founder of Truth Legal

2 hour consultation with a Truth Legal expert


(Inc VAT)

Details about this consultation

When you book a General Disputes consultation, you will meet with one of our expert team to gain knowledge and advice on how to resolve your matter.  We will help guide you through the dispute process.

For £200 (incl. vat) we can offer advice on a range of general disputes including contractual disputes, defamation, negligence and misrepresentation.

Following the initial consultation, we may be able to offer no win no fee on your case.

Book a consultation with Truth Legal today.

Meet the general disputes team

Georgina Parkin
Georgina Parkin
01423 788 538
Miroslaw Ksiezarek
Miroslaw Ksiezarek
01423 788 538
Magdalena Ions
Magdalena Ions
01423 788 538
Aleksandra Cebula
Aleksandra Cebula
01423 788 538

How to book a consultation

  • Complete the booking form on this page and click 'Confirm & Pay with PayPal'
  • You will be directed to PayPal to make payment. Pay via your PayPal account or with a Debit or Credit card.
  • Once you have completed the booking form and paid securely, you will receive an email confirming your booking.
  • The Truth Legal team will be notified of your consultation booking and will contact you to arrange a time on your preferred date for the consultation
  • Should you need to change your booking, please contact us on 01423 788 538.


Yes. You can use the 2 hour appointment as you like. If it is sensible that we read documents in advance of the meeting or during the meeting, then please send them to us before your meeting. If it takes us 20 minutes to read the documents, then this will come off the two hours appointment time. After the meeting we will provide a short letter which will take us around 10 minutes to produce. This 10 minutes will come off the 2 hour appointment time.
Yes. At the end of the two hours we will set out what future costs might be. We still offer No Win, No Fee agreements, fixed fees, affordable rates and we can often use your Legal Expenses Insurance at no, or little, cost to you.
Yes. We will provide a short, simple letter outlining what we discussed, setting out some options. This letter will take us 10 minutes to provide, which will come off the 2 hour consultation.
Yes. We will send you our terms and conditions, known as a Client Care Letter. This explain what we are doing and what we are not doing for you.
Yes. You will become a client of our firm, just like any other client. We will need a copy of your driving licence or passport which you can send to us via email. We will perform a check of who you are.
If it turns out that we cannot act for you because, for example, we act for someone else involved in your case, then we cannot act for you and we will therefore return the monies to you.
We do. We bear the cost within the £200.
Yes. You will receive an invoice from us for around £160 for legal advice, plus VAT, plus Paypal charge, totalling £200.
Yes. The cost for one hour is £240 inclusive of VAT. See this link.
Because we have become so popular that our employment team have been giving away so much free advice that we have made a loss offering an employment law service. Cuts to advice centres and the decimation of Legal Aid have meant that solicitors offering free advice have become overwhelmed with requests for free advice. We still offer brilliant, free advice on our websites, including free templates. We are increasing the amount of free advice that we provide online – so we are still providing lots of free advice.

Our Harrogate Branch

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14 Victoria Avenue

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Tel: 01423 788 538

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Opening Times

9.00 to 5.30 Monday to Thursday
9.00 to 5.00 Friday

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