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From little victories over your bank manager to epic wins over the law - tell us how you've put one over authority. Right on, kids!

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(, Thu 17 Jun 2010, 16:01)
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Wife and Solictor
When the then Mrs. Lovechild decided to cheer me up about her infidelity ("You're bigger than he is." I'm 6ft tall, he was 5 1/2ft.) I decided it was time to see a solicitor for advice and costs of divorce. Upon being told this, Mrs. Lovechild demanded the divorce be put through as soon as possible, I pay for it and the reason's for the marriage ending were not to be put on the papers. (She thought people would search for it on the internet and was worried what people would think of her!)

I was told by the solicitor that for the reasons not to be put on the divorce we would have to have been seperated for a year 1st. We didn't have property or kids to worry about so the divorce (after a year) would cost approx £900. If it were to be done sooner it would cost a lot more and the reasons would have to be noted on the papers.

After that I found out from a friend I could do the divorce myself through the court. I would have to wait till we'd been sperated a year and it would cost me £95.

I made psycho wait a year and stopped the solicitor getting an £800 profit for what was essentially filling out a multiple choice form and getting a signature from the sherrif's court.

I have since wanted to pursue a career as a solicitor. Or maybe just soliciting.
(, Fri 18 Jun 2010, 11:58, 2 replies)
did my own conveyencing on a house once.

F*ck that!

I'd rather pay the money.
(, Fri 18 Jun 2010, 14:26, closed)
did you get the form?
(, Fri 18 Jun 2010, 19:11, closed)

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