I'm rather concerned that although my solicitor had seemingly agreed to a certain course of action in the divorce proceedings I am now not so sure. I feel I am, perhaps, rightly or wrongly so, now being guided otherwise. (She has had no feedback from my husband at all at this stage). It has left me feeling extremely worried and anxious, given my personal circumstances (unable to work due to ill health) and I feel I have lost confidence that she is going to fight my corner on all counts as I had originally understood she would.
As my husband refuses to move out, although he has been asked to go voluntarily both by my solicitor and myself, I haven't really anywhere to go other than, perhaps, my parents, but I don't know think that really is a possibility. I was quite taken aback when my solicitor asked where I would go if I were to leave having originally been advised by her to stay in the home. I really feel that she is suggesting I go which I won't do for many reasons. I understood, perhaps wrongly so, that if I were to leave I would lose some of my rights. I need to feel confident and assured that she will do her best by me which I am certainly not feeling now and so I come to you with this question that if, after discussing my concerns with her, I still do not feel comfortable and confident would I be able to change solicitors.
Yes, I'm private paying. Why is it necessary to know where in the UK I am?
Hi, I'm in England.
Many thanks. Apologies for my brain malfunction earlier regarding my location in the UK!
Presumably, as the petition has already gone and the court fee is paid should I change solicitors I won't incur any further costs regarding the petition?