Discounts and Incentives

We offer the following discount schemes:

  1. £25 plus VAT discount on your first invoice as a new client.
  2. £25 plus VAT discount on your first invoice on any subsequent matter started during the course of your first matter as a new client.
  3. £25 plus VAT discount on your first invoice on any matter started within 12 months of your last matter closing.
  4. £25 plus VAT discount on your next invoice after having referred a friend or family member to us.

Discount Scheme Terms and Conditions

  1. All discounts apply only to private funded work. Matters funded by any Legal Aid scheme, through a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA), Contingency Fee Agreement, Legal Expenses Insurance, After the Event Insurance, Fixed Fee Conference or payable by a third party under the terms of a Compromise Agreement are excluded.
  2. Schemes 1-3 apply only upon the signing and return of a letter of retainer and, when requested, payment of monies on account of costs and expenses.
  3. Scheme 3 applies only upon the presentation of an original scheme voucher, and no copies of any sort will be accepted in lieu of an original voucher. Only one Scheme 3 voucher may be applied to any one matter.
  4. Scheme 4 applies only upon the person referred having instructed us and having signed and returned a letter of retainer (whether privately funded, funded by a Legal Aid scheme, through a CFA, Legal or After the Event Insurance or Contingency Fee Agreement) and excludes any referral resulting in a Fixed Fee Conference.
  5. Scheme 4 applies only to referrals made during the course of an open matter.
  6. One off advice appointments payable at an agreed fixed fee and any free conferences are excluded from the discounts referred to in Schemes 1-4.
  7. All discount scheme vouchers are non-transferable.
  8. We reserve the right to remove any discount applied to an account, the balance for which is not paid in full within 28 days of issue, and to withdraw or vary any/all of the Discount Schemes at any time and without prior notice.

Small Claims Fixed Fee Scheme Terms and Conditions

  1. We reserve the right to not accept instructions under the Small Claims Fixed Fee Scheme for any reason, whatsoever.
  2. The Small Claims Fixed Fee Scheme is limited to claims or counterclaims with a value of up to a maximum of £10,000 and which should be allocated to the Small Claims Track and do not include any claims for personal injury.
  3. The Small Claims Fixed Fee Scheme is not intended to cover claims to which some or all of the following characteristics apply;

    1. The claim or counterclaim is worth in excess of £10,000,
    2. The claim although worth under £10,000 is complex and unlikely to be allocated to the Small Claims Track; and/or
    3. The Hearing of the claim itself at Court is likely to last for in excess of a Small Claims Track Hearing and to be allocated to either the Fast Track or Multi Track regardless of the value of the claim/counterclaim being less than £10,000;

and reserve the right in any/all of the circumstances (a) - (c) not to offer to carryout work under the Small Claims Fixed Fee Scheme as a result.

No Win No Fee Agreements

The Sparlings No Win no Fee Promise does not affect pre-existing Conditional Fee Agreements entered into before 1 April 2013 and is only offered in respect of any Conditional Fee Agreements entered into on or after 1 April 2013.

Our contact details

We welcome your feedback and questions. If you wish to contact us, please send an email to enquiries@sparlings.co.uk or you can write to:


 3 West Stockwell Street,



 CO1 1HQ


or call us on 01206 733733.


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