Would you take advice from a receptionist in a call centre if you were feeling unwell, or want to speak to the doctor himself. Would you want an unqualified legal clerk arguing with your husband's solicitor over your financial settlement, or want to know that the solicitor in charge was dealing with your case?
Hypothetical examples, but why should voluntary arrangements and bankruptcy work be any different. A voluntary arrangement is a contractal agreement which will in all ways affect your life over the next five years - hopefully for the better. It is so essential to get things right in the first place, and importantly to ensure that you can speak to the ultimate decision maker at any stage of the process if you want to.
It was only after coming on here that I found out all about it.
still dont understand ?????
thanks for the replies anyway!!!
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