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Client Commitment

At Kelly Hoban Solicitors LLP our number one priority is representing our clients to the very highest of legal standards. We have the built up a wealth of knowledge in dealing with the individual needs of our clients over many years.

We will always keep you fully informed and updated as to what stage of the legal process you are involved in. We do this by touching base with our clients on a regular basis either in face to face meetings, or where this is not possible over the phone, on Zoom and via e-mail.

During the initial consultation process we will fully inform you of all the related costs and charges that you will incur during your legal proceedings. The commitment and attention that we show to our clients is reflected in the close working relationships that we build with our clients during all our dealings with them.

At Kelly Hoban Solicitors LLP, we appreciate the fact that many of our clients choose to return to us for legal advice and assistance on a repeated basis, and we feel that this fact demonstrates the level of satisfaction that those that choose to engage us to act on their behalf have in our abilities.

The law can often be viewed as a difficult and frustrating system to deal with. That is why at Kelly Hoban Solicitors LLP, we put our clients first and are beside them every step of the way.

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Kelly Hoban Solicitors LLP has been authorised to operate, and is operating, as limited liability partnership (LLP). The partner in the LLP has no personal liability for any debts, liabilities or obligations which are incurred for the purpose of carrying on the business of the LLP (whether these are liabilities of the LLP, of himself or herself, of another partner or partners in the LLP or of any employee, agent or representative of the LLP) and however such liability may arise. That relates only to the personal liability of partners and does not prevent or restrict the enforcement against the property of the LLP of any debt, liability or obligation; and from 7th March 2022 the relevant date the Partnership Act 1890 applies to the LLP to the extent that it is not inconsistent with Chapter 3 of Part 8 of the Act.

* In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate costs as a percentage or proportion of any damages (or other monies) that may become payable, other than in a manner seeking only to recover a debt or liquidated demand.