As far as disputed debts are concerned, the author would always undertake all the practical work, using experts where necessary, so that when solicitors were to be involved he could present all the facts and correct documentation relating to the transaction which by now you will have gathered was not the norm. They would then only have to review and advise on the legal aspect of any dispute. The author believes that whilst at times you need to show you are not a soft touch, it is very important to consider the economic aspects of any legal action. As in horse racing, there is no such thing as a 'dead cert' in the court room and even if you win many cases, economically you could still end up losing out.
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