Coodes Solicitors launches fixed prices and online legal services

Mon 15th Feb 2010

Coodes Solicitors is embracing the future of law by launching a brand new online legal service.

“Coodes Direct” offers fixed price legal support across a range of areas plus an innovative “DIY Law Online” service where customers can create their own legal documents.

The launch means customers will be able to access advice and legal products, from divorce to employment contracts, with the click of a mouse.

While Coodes is presenting an industry first for the South West, the firm believes that buying and selling legal services through the internet will become more and more common in coming years.

Legislation regulating the types of businesses able to sell legal services is being relaxed, meaning other companies such as supermarkets and high-street retailers will be able to offer legal advice.

Coodes Direct will enable customers to access affordable legal services from trained and experienced solicitors from Coodes’ seven offices in Cornwall and Devon.

A range of legal services will be available via a shopping cart system to buy online whilst a larger range of fixed price packages, with fees clearly displayed, will enable customers to budget for their legal advice and start the procedure online.

Coodes Direct launched on Friday, February 12 with a special event at Boconnoc House, Lostwithiel, where guests were guided through the online system.

Mon 15th Feb 2010

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