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When working with a solicitor, they will require specific information and documentation related to your legal matter. The exact information they need can vary depending on the nature of your case, but here are some common types of information a solicitor may require:

  1. Personal Information:
  1. Case Details:
  1. Documentation:
  1. Parties Involved:
  1. Previous Legal Proceedings:
  1. Questions and Concerns:

It’s important to provide accurate and complete information to your solicitor to ensure they have a comprehensive understanding of your case. This will enable them to provide you with appropriate legal advice and effectively represent your interests. Remember that solicitors are bound by confidentiality, so you can feel confident sharing sensitive information with them.

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