you instructed the solicitor in respect of something, but the solicitor
continued to do work, apparently, even after it was apparent that there would
be no money to pay his costs after settling the debt.
solicitor is under a duty to advise you if that ever becomes the case and is
also under a duty to appraise costs every six months at least
that was the case, then I think you have a cause for complaint, which initially
you should make to the firm's Complaints Partner and if he does not play ball,
make a complaint to the Legal Complaints Service at the Solicitors Regulation
will tell you, but if the solicitor has done anything that he should not have
done, or should have done something that he had not done then the LCS will make
him deal with it.
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