Four easy steps

1. Submit your order

Submitting your order is easy. You can simply upload your document to our secured server or send it by e-mail. Please name them adequately, to help us identify your documents.

2. We check your order

We will check your order and get back to you as soon as we can confirm that we have accepted your assignment and have the capacity to deal with it. This will normally happen within 24 hours after your submission.

3. We translate for you

Submissions are normally dealt with within 7 working days, but we may be able to be faster than that. This will depend on the volume of the work. Please ask when submitting your work.

4. Receive your work

You can choose if you want to receive your translation either by post (in hardcopy) or via e-mail as Word or PDF-document.

Quality Standards

LexLingo is committed to the highest standard of quality. Unlike most other translation services, all work operations are performed in-house by our highly competent staff.

We personally handle everything from the time the order is received until the translation is completed. All of our staff are experienced in translation and come from a legal background. Every translation is going to be proofread by another translator.

We will always reply quickly to any questions or concerns you may have. Be assured that we will never provide any of your information to a third party. Contact us today.


Our rates are simple and competitive. We charge £0.12 per translated word. Also, there will be a minimum amount of £30 per translation / order. Please note that we normally require a 50% retainer when you submit your work. The remaining fees will become due once you have received your translated documents. Payment can be made by either PayPal or bank transfer. If you wish your documents to be returned by post a fixed-charge of £10 will apply for return postage.

Privacy Policy

We know of the importance of confidentiality for our clients and take privacy issues very seriously. We will always keep your information privileged and protected. Your personal data are processed in line with the Data Protection Act 1998.