UK Family Law
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Have court proccedings been commenced?
can you provide some more information
You need to speak with a solicitor before making such concessions. You are entitled to seek legal advice on this. Presumably they have your children on the basis of s.20 or a court order.
If there is a court order in place you are entitled to legal aid to ensure that you are represented in these proceedings. The key is very often working with the LA - but this does not mean lying - you should take the papers to a specialist solicitor who deals in these cases. Happy to discuss. Please rate positive
Look in these cases I would really recommend that as you will have the benefit of legal aid you get a good solicitor and barrister to represent you. Having a good barrister in court makes absolutely all of the difference. Happy to discuss but please rate positive
I see, but if the case is still on going you could seek a new solicitor. It all comes down to what you admit/agree.
Well they should NEVER be saying that for a start. But you do need to work with them - but you should be going through this document face to face with a lawyer.
I hope this helps - please rate positive
You really should get a solicitor/barrister. I can not stress this enough. I know that you have been let down in the past but this will really give you the best chance.
I am really trying to help you here - a barrister knows the law - if you can find one who you feel comfortable with then you have a much better chance in court than if you do not.