We are able to offer you free access to our online application called Engage. This application is ‘intelligent’, adapting to your specific circumstances to capture all of the information that would traditionally be gathered in a face-to-face meeting with a lawyer. Gathering this vital information often takes at least the first hour of a consultation. Engage allows you to capture all of this essential information before our first consultation, which means we can start providing support and guidance from the outset. We strongly recommend that you complete this information prior to our first consultation as it will allow us to tailor our initial advice accordingly. Please ask one of our team members if you would like the link to use this system.
From my first meeting with Priti Mayor I have been impressed with BTMK’s caring, professional approach to my divorce settlement. I’m pleased to say that everything has now been settled and I even received more than I expected due to her excellent advice. I would also like to include Jamie-Lee Johns in this testimonial as she also was very helpful in keeping me advised of the progress of my case. I would recommend MY Dream Team every time to anyone in a similar position.
- Mr G, Rochford
I have known Priti Mayor for an over 2 years now. I have recently had cause to use her services for one of the most stressful times of my life. For a heavily contested divorce and financial settlement. During this time I have found the services of Priti Mayor exemplary. All of my queries and concerns have been dealt with diligently and expeditiously and her support has been second to none. I would have no hesitation in recommending her and seeking her assistance in any future matters.
- Ms K, Southend-on-Sea
Priti Mayor has been my solicitor for the past 3 years, She has not only done an exemplary job dealing with my very difficult divorce, she has been patient, kind and empathic towards me. I don’t believe I would have got through it without her, I could not recommend her highly enough.
- Ms W, Southend-on-Sea
We have only known Priti for just over a year when she took on our very sensitive case. Nothing was too much trouble for her. She was very empathetic, caring and understanding towards us. She made us feel as if we were her only clients and how important our case was to her. We always felt she was prepared to go the extra mile and on more than one occasion this was demonstrated to us. Would we recommend Priti to family and friends? YES, we most certainly would. Thank you Priti for all your advice, help and hard work.
- Mr H , Southend-on-Sea
I instructed Charlotte to prepare my divorce on BTMK’s fixed fee scheme. My divorce proceeded quickly and without any problems. I was kept up to date at every stage of the divorce and provided assistance if required. Although I am on a low income I consider the amount I paid for the fixed fee is the best money I have spent, and the advice I received was invaluable in that period of my life.
- Mrs C, Shoeburyness
I have known Priti Mayor for an over 2 years now. I have Recently had cause to use her services for one of the most stressful times of my life. For a heavily contested divorce and financial settlement. During this time I have found the services of Priti Mayor exemplary. All of my queries and concerns have been dealt with diligently and expeditiously and her support has been second to none. I would have no hesitation in recommending her and seeking her assistance in any future matters.
- Ms K, Southend-on-Sea
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