Hi just wondering if this statement given to me by my solicitor after speaking to my extb with regards to a letter he has been sent and the contents of the said letter
" as you are using legal aid you are not able to have copies of letters that we send to him via his solicitor as it costs a lot of money" If this is true how do i know what has been said/agreed?
oh gosh please don't say that, could it depend on the solicitor as i'm afraid if its untrue i may have been fobbed off with regards to her doing her job!!! I just don't think i could face my extb being right, he's already complained she's stalling and that must be my fault as i tell her what to do!
Solicitors act on your behalf by you telling them what you want them to do. Therefore if you want to see all the correspondence from your X you have the right to see it or have copies. Personally, I cannot take information in properly without re-reading it over a few times. Then I am able to make better choices by asking questions and instructing my solictor based on all the information.