Evening fello tradespeople, I'm in need of some experienced advice. My problem is as follows: 1. Received an e-mail asking if we could quote for some decorating/repairs. 2. Met with client to understand more about what their needs were, take measurements etc. 3. Quoted for said work. 4. E-mail received from prospective clients requesting a revised, cheaper quote be sent as they were prepared to do some of the specified work themselves. 5. Revised quote sent to client with 'their' work removed plus fewer days labour plus cheaper price. 6. E-mail received from prospective client advising they would accept the revised quote. 7. Work started and at the end of the second (out of 3) days of work an e-mail received from client saying they were concerned about the amount of work still to be done and listed all the works that had been listed on the first quote. 8. I responded saying that's not what was agreed and accepted. We're happy to do additional work but would obviously revert back to the initial, rejected quote including timescales and costs. 9. We still have half a day's work to do on agreed work. No complaints about quality of work etc. 10. They have come back and said our price and timescales for the 'extra' work is excessive and will offer us, as a gesture of good will, an extra £100. I've googled where we stand and what our next steps should be but all my searches have discussed protection from rogue tradespeople. I need protection from rogue clients!!!! We want to finish the job as we can't leave a job unfinished but not going to be 'conned' into doing extra work. Clients are solicitors and have been 'attempting' to intimidate and bully us into accepting by adding legal jargon and sending e-mails from work e-mail and including post-nominals etc. Any ideas??