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Advice re Solicitor or Barrister

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09 Jul 12 #342123 by Butnotnow
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Hi Wiki,

I am wondering if it is worth getting a Solicitor or Barrister for the final hearing due in a few months time. I am looking for someone who does not just ''accept'' as I have found is often the case that a child should reside with just the one parent and will work hard to help with gaining SR which is what the hearing is about.

Does anyone have a thoughts or recommendations on one who works in wiltshire or oxfordshire and has been successfuly in gaining SR for their client.


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12 Jul 12 #342733 by jonathancj
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I know a great children barrister in Leeds. She might be prepared to travel for it. If you pm me, I''ll happily provide her details.

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