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Common FAQs our fraud solicitor is asked
09 Nov 2022

When you are charged with fraud in the UK, the first thing you need to do is find a good fraud solicitor who has expertise in this area. But what should you look for in a solicitor defending against allegations of fraud? And how can you be sure that any solicitor you employ will be good enough?

At ABV Solicitors, we believe in complete transparency with our clients. Our fraud solicitors want to ensure that you feel 100% comfortable working with us and will aim to make certain that your legal rights are fully defended against any allegations.

So, without further ado, what are some of the key questions that our fraud solicitor is asked by our new clients? Read on to find out.

Why should I choose your team?

When you need legal advice, it’s important to seek out the services of a qualified solicitor. But with so many solicitors to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you?

There are many factors to consider when making this decision, but here are four key reasons why you should choose our fraud solicitor to defend you. We have enormous experience and a great reputation, and our fees are reasonably pitched.

Qualifications are also important and we have the right knowledge and skills to provide extremely sound legal advice. So, when you come to us, you can be sure that we will be a great defence team for you.

What will happen at the first meeting?

When you meet with our solicitors for the first time, be prepared to discuss your case in detail. Bring any relevant documentation or evidence, and be ready to answer any questions that we may have. Be upfront and honest about everything, as this will help us to provide you with the best possible representation. If you have any concerns, be sure to raise them at this meeting and we will be happy to talk them through.

Will my case go to court?

In short, we don’t know!

Your case will be unique and when you attend the initial meeting, we will be better able to provide you with an honest answer to this question.

Depending on the amount of evidence, alleged complexities of the case and any previous history you may have, your case may go to court. But in our experience, most fraud cases are settled out of court.

How much will you charge?

As before, this is difficult to answer, as you may only need to have one meeting with our team, or you may need to have multiple consultations.

However, it is important to remember that our solicitors offer a wide range of services, from providing advice over the phone to representing you in court, with the latter costing more. Therefore, it is important to compare the fees of different solicitors before making a decision and if you choose not to work with us, that’s fine! But we will always be upfront with our costs and fees, so you will know exactly what to expect, as we do not have hidden charges.

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Types of fraud in the UK that our fraud solicitor can defend