The directory search looks for matches in surname, firm or town.
By default the search will look for pages that contain all words you enter. This is known as an AND search. Example: search for law settlement will find those pages which contain both words at least once.
To search for pages which contain either law OR settlement or both, you can enter law or settlement into the search box.
To exclude a word, you may use a minus sign, so a search for law -settlement will find those pages that contain the word law, but do NOT include the word settlement.
Finally, to search for an EXACT phrase you can use double quotes around your search eg "retain your existing lawyers".
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