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  • Newly_retired
    Newly_retired Posts: 2,984 Forumite
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    Sorry, my mistake, thanks for the correction.
  • MEM62
    MEM62 Posts: 4,831 Forumite
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    anoshka said:
    If my letter to her dose not work .a solicitor will Write one for me. A cost of approx £600.3 hours work 
    £600 for a letter?  I don't think so.  You need to speak with another solicitor. 
  • MiniEggs
    MiniEggs Posts: 45 Forumite
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    This sounds horrible, I'm afraid you will have to get legal. Car etc are one thing but does you dad own a house or perhaps more importantly does she? If you are actually going to sue her for many thousands of pounds does she have any assets that mean you stand some chance of getting it back? Ultimately you can't get blood out of a stone
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