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Everybody knows that barristers are experts in the law – their role is to advise clients on the law and to represent them in court. But did you know that barristers can now perform many of the tasks that a solicitor can? Until recently, it was only possible to obtain a barrister’s services by first instructing a solicitor – meaning you would end up paying two sets of fees!
What has changed?
Recent changes in the law mean that it is now possible for members of the public to instruct barristers directly. For the first time ever, members of the public can have access to the expertise of a barrister without having to first instruct a solicitor.
Isn’t it expensive to instruct a barrister?
Not at all. Lincolnhousedirect.com puts you directly in contact with a barrister. Barristers are self-employed and so do not have the overheads that other professionals do. This means we can pass the savings directly on to you, the client. We operate a range of fee charging options. We agree a fixed fee in advance so that you know exactly what it will cost you before you agree to pay. There will be some cases where you need a solicitor properly to conduct your case. If your barrister advises that yours is such a case, then we can refer you to an experienced solicitor who is right for you.
How do I get in touch?
Lincolnhousedirect.com can put you in touch with experts in many areas of law. If you want to find a barrister who can help you with your case, just contact us using the details below.
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