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27 Dec 07 #9583 by escapy
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S2bx cornerd me for 15min today. End resultbeing he made me feel my legal advice very wrong, and he is totally correct in his approach. Also stated Judge at last FDR wrong. How can i know my legal team (barrister and sol) giving good advice.?

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27 Dec 07 #9585 by sexysadie
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On what does your soon to be ex base his supposedly superior knowledge?

Unless he is a family law expert, the judge is more likely to be correct than he is. It sounds to me as though he is just trying to intimidate you and make you lose confidence in yourself and your legal team. Keep cool and take no notice.

Sadie

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27 Dec 07 #9588 by LittleMrMike
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At the risk of stating the obvious, that is what you employ lawyers for.

It is of course perfectly possible for lawyers to disagree.

It is possible for judges to be wrong, but at the end of the day it is the opinion of the DJ which matters.

I agree with Sadie. Try not to worry too much about it.

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