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21 Dec 07 #9379 by soulmanuk
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i have got to the stage where i think the sol doesn't give a s*** about me, i am doing all the running about and she as done nothing she only tells me things that i have already found out for myself. i am thinking of self repping as anybody done it and how easy is it. i have spoke to a friend who is a trainee sol and he suggested with the knowledge i have picked from the helpful people on this forum and what i have learnt from the internet i should self rep. at the end of the day the judges desicion will be the same with or without a sol but there is less money to pay out. as anybody done this or got any advice. thanks

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21 Dec 07 #9388 by Specialdad
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I would highly recommend The Which? Guide to Divorce by Imogen Clout published by Consumers Association.

Should save you a fortune in sol fees.

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