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Need A Solicitor, But No Money

  • batman2011
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05 Feb 19 #506067 by batman2011
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I seriously need a Solicitor, but i am totally and utterly bankrupt. After the separation i paid all the loans, all the bills and when i've done overtime my ex went to child maintenance and now i am paying extra. my ex made fraud allegations and it took me 2 years t clear my name. the divorce paperwork was completed fraudulently. My ex made herself bankrupt, it took me 2 years to cancel this due to that she was not bankrbt, she only wanted me to pay. i've just found out that my ex changed the kids school without informing me.

Please help, what do i need to do? i earn a good salary, but all the money is going towards my bills and loans and credit card charged.

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13 Feb 19 #506235 by rubytuesday
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You may need to consider representing yourself.

There a wealth of resources available to help Litigants in Person - books, this website and forum, some YouTube channels, Advice Now, and the Wikivorce Consultant service is designed to provide assistance and support to litigants in divorce, child and/or financial cases.

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