Mackenzie & Co
Mackenzie & Co Solicitors is a reputable and respected law firm which has been established over 25 years and based in Isleworth. We are a firm with highly skilled specialist lawyers and strive to deliver the highest quality legal advice to achieve optimum solutions. Our combination of talented lawyers and modern approach sets us apart. Our firm takes pride in providing a personal, professional and efficient service.
We specialise in all aspects of Matrimonial and Family Law including Divorce, Finance, Children, Pre-nuptial Agreements and Domestic Abuse. We also offer expert advice in Crime, Confiscation Proceedings, Wills, Probate and Property.
We offer fixed fees for divorce and other matters as well as competitive hourly rates to suit your budget.
“Mackenzie & Co is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, SRA ID: 0076346 “
Choosing a good and reliable legal representative can be difficult. While you can get a good idea of who we are and how we approach things by visiting our website, meeting one of us in person might be important for you.
What we do
Areas of Practice
Meet the Team
Applying for a divorce can be a difficult and stressful experience. The Mackenzie team will help you arrange the required documentation to start the process, including the divorce petition, marriage certificate and associated fee (if you are not exempt). We will guide through proceedings from start to finish.
Costs for each legal case will vary depending on the complexity. Wherever possible Mackenzie and Co will try to minimise case costs and we also provide fixed fees for specific kinds of divorce proceedings.
Making a will with a solicitor ensures your wishes can be carried out exactly as requested and guarantees you do not become ‘intestate’ (which could mean loved ones lose entitlement to your assets). Mackenzie and Co have years of experience in writing wills that are compliant with current laws, guaranteeing it remains legally valid and easy to understand for executors.
Every case requires different levels of evidence. Before a court makes a non-molestation order they request that recent, credible evidence of the respondent’s behaviour is provided. This will likely include a written statement and any other documentation that can be used to support the claim. Our solicitors work with you every step of the way to build this evidence and help you through what can be a difficult period.