I am a qualified solicitor, which brings with it two specific benefits over others who may provide advice.

First, my legal practice is backed by indemnity insurance of £2,000,000.

Second, our dealings will be covered by legal professional privilege, which means that they are confidential and need not be disclosed to anyone, even during court proceedings. “Legal consultants”, contracts managers and others may give legal advice relating to contracts from time to time, but if a dispute later arises then all relevant documents and other communications, whether written or oral, however confidential or damaging, are likely to become open to scrutiny.