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Because frankly it would be really stupid for any solicitor to agree to that. It is not like other types of work for example compensation for an injury or PPI claimback, where the only outcome is a cash amount. A lump sum is only one possible outcome in a divorce. How would a solicitor get a percentage of a pension sharing order, a monthly maintenance order, a charge on a house, a Mesher order, etc? And what happens if they decide to settle out of court?
why don''t any divorce solicitors agree to work for a percentage of the settlement amount