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Using A Solicitor

You may prefer to see a solicitor, even if just for preliminary advice to know you rights, duties and entitlements, especially if your affairs are complex.

Most solicitors negotiate a settlement in the vast majority of their cases, without a final court hearing, through meetings, correspondence and other ways of resolving disputes.

Daniel
Read how others coped:
Daniel
I'm going to get a solicitor - not because I want to fight with my wife, I don't - but because there are complicated things to work out.
I'm the one who has been saving for retirement - for both of us, you know. I'll have to share those savings with her and I want to be fair but I have to look out for myself at the same time. A solicitor can tell me the options and what I must do.

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