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Advice needed please- Solicitors Fees.. Am I right?

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Hi everyone,

please can someone offer some advice as I am struggling with this one.

 

I am having a problem with a firm of solicitors who I instructed on a family matter, at the time I had savings so was not entitled to Legal aid and therefore I had to pay. I agreed to pay £150 a month during the case ( which is now over) and when the case was finished the solicitor told me she was happy for me to carry on paying monthly until the debt was cleared.

 

I was living off my savings as I was pregnant at the time and did not have a job, and now all my savings have run out, I am claiming income support and basically struggling to pay basic bills.

 

I phoned the finance dept of the solicitors and advised them I was unable to carry on paying the 150, but would be able to pay a small fee until situations improved and I would resume paying.

 

I was basically told this was unnacceptable, and would I be able to get a family member to pay the remaining balance (£1600) otherwise they would start court proceedings against me.

 

Now what I am wondering is, seen as they have effectively given me 'credit' without me signing a credit agreement, or credit checking me, am I obliged to pay anything at all?

 

I do think I have been reasonable by offering to pay something in the interim.

 

What should I do as my next step? They have given me a week to try and sort something.

 

I was thinking maybe asking them to provide me with everything I have signed in order to see where I stand but I am really not sure and losing lots of sleep over this one.

 

Thanks so much if anyone out there is able to help me.

 

Cath

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I see you have no reply so my post is to BUMP your thread.

 

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