What is a solicitor?

The full and accurate name for a solicitor is a “Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales”. A solicitor is a person that practices law, by being a legal practioner and they give legal advice on a variety of proceedings. In some cases, solicitors are still called attorney’s, which is an old term that was used but is still in use in English Law. However, this terminology is more focused on someone who has been chosen to be someone’s ‘power of attorney’ or a ‘last power of attorney’. Creating their own responsibilities to their friend and/or relative. If you wanted to practice in England and Wales then you must pay an annual fee to attain your practising certificate. There are two bodies that make up the professional regulation…
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