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Taxing Solicitor''s Bill

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02 Apr 12 #321188 by redwine47
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I ve received notification to attend taxing master court in relation to my previous solicitors bill which was excessive whilst dealing Ancillary Relief proceedings.

Can anyone help with regard to what happens at this court & how I can argue my case.

I never received a customer care letter stating costs etc although they say they sent letter. Hardly any work was done but obviously the solicitors can justify costs etc. There were no court proceedings at the time either as had just started negotiations.

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