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Barrister fees

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1 year 2 months ago #509612 by Swampydrill
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After letting my last Barrister go, my solicitor said he would get a Barrister from London, he is quoting £2500-£3000 for this guy, is this about right ?

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1 year 2 months ago #509618 by .Charles
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It depends what sort of hearing it is. If it's finances I would expect that sort of money for an FDR. Too expensive for an FDA and too cheap for a final hearing.

I would also wager that those figures will be +VAT.

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1 year 2 months ago #509619 by alreid1612
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My partner is paying £5K for one for an FDR. Having seen him in action he is worth every penny.

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1 year 2 months ago #509626 by Swampydrill
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Yes is an FDR, sounded a lot but he could save me a bunch, of course it all comes down to the judge, no matter how good the Barrister is.

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