Whilst the training of solicitors is comprehensive, meaning that when solicitors become fully qualified they should be capable of handling most types of legal work, there are nevertheless many specialist firms who are better equipped to deal with certain types of work than others, or they just prefer work in a particular area of law: for example, some firms do not take legal aid work, and others specialise in it. Some experienced solicitors specialise in court work, whilst others specialise in house conveyance. The firms listed on the Solicitor Search Network cover the whole spectrum of legal work and experience. With both local and large multi-location firms listed, you get the chance to rapidly click through to a number of local law firms, and choose one that has appropriate expertise and experience to do the job effectively and efficiently. When you click through to a solicitor's website, you will quickly be able to evaluate the law firm. High tech or low tech? You can usually tell from the website functionality. You may prefer the traditional approach of low technology plus old-fashioned values where building relationships and community knowledge and influence are added to expertise or you may prefer a technically brilliant firm that uses instant communication and is less meeting oriented. Either way, what matters is “fit”; you need the specialist knowledge, expertise and experience to support you in the way that suits you best.