Helpful, friendly and responsive service (I found it via Dragon's Den) - many thanks
Hi Karl, Thank you for the information so helpful and quick to respond! I can't spell so wouldn't notice the errors!! Best WIshes Clare
Great service - peace of mind quickly, great detail and advice. HIghly recommended and thank you!
I received extremely helpful advice from Karl Edwards. An excellent service for someone like myself. I am a disabled person with communication issues so being able to deal with this matter electronically and independently without help is great. Thank you very much.
Thank you. Your answer confirms my own view. Unfortunately some English people don't seem to know that Northern Ireland is in the UK!!
Great service, quick and accurate:
Thanks for your answer. However i dont think you have answered my question.
Very quick replies. Thank you.
Thank you so much for your time and effort in assisting me with this query. I will take your advice and contact the advertising standards authority after I have given Carphone Warehouse a big miss!!!! Kind Regards, Norman Drake
Karl was a great help advising me when i was getting legally bullied and couldnt afford to go to a solicitor in person. I highly reccommend him.
Thank you for your reply, it was helpful.
Thank you very much for your help You have been great help too
Excellent clear response provided by Karl Edwards. Great service and very quick
Perfect and acceptable full answer. Just as I was expecting. Excellent service, much appreciate for.
Thank you very much, Karl. No worries at all re: the typing. You've been helpful and swift to respond and your advice is very much appreciated. I will certainly spread the word of this website - it's a great example of people willing to do their bit to help those in need.
Thank you very much for your answer, regarding this i would like something clarified, that i am unsure about. You mention if my daughter does not live there that my ex can force the sale of the house, but my daughter does live as we share custody, and the house i am in with my daughter is the house she spend her first 4 years in, also the house is disabled friendly towards myself as i got mobility issues. - Can she still legally enforce a sale? or do i have to buy her out (which i cant really).. Im a bit lost on this point as its not very clear. Apart from that big thanks and great advice.