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Grounds to sue my family lawyer?

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07 Feb 21 #515697 by EmpireState
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I think I have a strong case, but I don't know the law. Anyone have any suggestions or ideas?

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07 Feb 21 #515701 by hadenoughnow
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The first step would be to go through the firm's complaints procedure. The Legal Service Ombudsman website has some good advice and a complaint template.

It is also worth calling the helpline to discuss your concerns and see how they can assist.

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