In 2012, I published a post about the ‘grand delusion’ that all is well in the land of law. Earlier this week, an experience was shared with me that provided a vivid reminder of it.
Let me relay a story of a lady who wished to engage a firm of lawyers in December 2015. She was enquiring on behalf of a group of people who wished to invest in freehold property, as well as set up a management company. The value of the real estate involved would be about £3 million. For most small and medium-sized law firms, the legal fees involved (and the prospect of continuing work) are probably not to be sniffed at. Continue reading