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What can a service charge solicitor do for you?

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Our specialist service charge solicitors also act for both residential and commercial tenants in questioning the reasonableness of the service charge and raising a formal dispute in the Leasehold Property Tribunal against a landlord or management company.

What Is a Solicitor?

A solicitor is a qualified legal practitioner responsible for preparing legal documentation, representing and/or defending a client’s legal interests. As a solicitor, you’ll provide specialist legal advice on a variety of areas of law, acting directly for a variety of clients including:

How Much Should You Charge for Your Services? Independent contractors (ICs) can charge for their services in a variety of ways, such as a fixed amount for an entire project, an hourly fee, or a sales commission. No matter how you bill clients, however, you first need to figure out how much to charge -- even if you charge a fixed fee for the whole project.

How Much Does An Employment Solicitor Cost? * However, if you’re not sure whether your question warrants the cost, you can speak to our solicitors for up to 10 minutes for free. We can’t give you free advice, but we can help you to decide whether you need an appointment or if there’s anything else we can do to support you.

When to Instruct a Solicitor when Buying a House?

Although they are undertaken by a solicitor, they are paid out to conduct searches, stamp duty fees and Land Registry fees. There are some conveyancers or solicitors that offer a no move, no fee guarantee.

Does a firm of solicitors have a right to charge a client ? Does a firm of solicitors have a right to charge a client for the release of the file relating to the instructions he gave several years ago for the preparation of his Will and that of his late Wife or does the file belong to him? Additionally, is the executor of a deceased entitled to request a copy of the HMRC REturn of Estate Information filed on behalf of the estate from the solicitors

How to Report a Lawyer for Ethics Violations Lawyers.com? disbar the lawyer (the lawyer loses his or her license to practice law), and/or; order the lawyer to pay restitution—in the form of money—to the client. Some state disciplinary boards have websites where you can search for a lawyer by name and see if the lawyer has a history of discipline. Filing a Complaint

What to do when a solicitor sues you for unpaid fees ?

Do - Seek advice immediately upon receipt of a solicitor's invoice or bill that you are concerned about – at CMLF we will give you free initial advice without any obligation for you to instruct us Acknowledge the claim within the specified time period using the form the Court has sent you - for access to court forms and guidance on how to complete them go to www.gov.uk and search 'forms'.

What can a lawyer do for my gfs probation violation case ? Do wee need to show up with a lawyet. Or should we wait to see what she is facing? My gf was in probation for 3yr for a 211. She got a new charge on the 7/28/2020.. Scheduled to got court on 9/3/2020.. She has a citation for her new charge.. Posession of sales meth 10/27/2020.what can a lawyer do for us at this point She wants to stay

Should You Hire a Lawyer to File a VA Disability Claim ? Any lawyer who says they will help you file a claim and then charge you for it is breaking the law. If you do need help filing your claim, for whatever reason, you should contact a veterans

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