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Ask our solicitors online for legal advice. With more and more individuals self representing it is now more imperative you understand what your rights are, how to conduct yourself in court and gather the information you require. Know your legal rights, get legal help from our online solicitors to understand them and know what steps you need to take to resolve the issue.

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Get the legal advice you need from Online Solicitors. It is estimated that there are 5 million Individuals and businesses in the UK with a legal problem. Of which, approximately 2 million have nowhere to turn to get help with their problem.

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If you do not want to post your question to our online solicitors above, you can use our self help free legal advice service here. We have created an extensive database of free legal advice self-help guides. Covering all areas of UK law.

Legal Aid

Legal Aid is designed to help people access free legal advice especially those without financial means. Unfortunately, the Legal aid budget has been cut making it more and more difficult for people to receive state-funded legal advice.

Depending on the area you live in the UK, your individual circumstances and criteria you may be required to make a contribution towards the legal costs of your case. Some areas of law are no longer covered by legal aid, which has reduced access to justice for some of the most vulnerable in our society.

Legal Aid Eligibility Criteria?

  • Losing your home, or if it’s in serious disrepair
  • Protecting yourself or your child from abuse or harassment
  • Some types of clinical negligence
  • Poor quality care you or a family member are getting due to age, disability or special educational needs
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  • A child in your family is at risk of being taken into care
  • Family mediation
  • Discrimination
  • Challenging the way the government has made a decision about you
  • Seeking asylum or being the victim of human trafficking
  • Being arrested, charged or questioned by the police
  • Representation at a mental health tribunal or inquest
  • Appealing a decision made by the social security tribunal about your benefits to the Upper Tribunal, Court of Appeal or Supreme CourtYou may be able to get legal aid in other exceptional circumstances ask one of our online solicitors if you are eligible.

Other Sources of Legal Advice for Free

Law Centres
You can get free legal advice from your local Law Centre. Law centres are staffed by solicitors and other legal professionals – and normally will offer advice on matters such as employment, immigration, housing and welfare benefits. You can get more information and find your local law centre here.

Citizens Advice Bureau
Your local Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) offers free legal advice, confidential and impartial advice on a wide range of legal matters and your best course of action to take. You can find your nearest office here.

Legal Aid Information
Under certain circumstances, you might be eligible for legal aid to help meet the costs of legal advice, family mediation, legal representation in court or tribunal. You can get more information on legal aid, what is covered and whose eligible here.

The Law Society
For those who are eligible for Legal aid towards their case, you can use the law society website to find a solicitor or legal adviser in your area that can help you.find details here.

Free Legal advice Blog We have put together a comprehensive free legal advice self help resource that includes articles on popular UK law topics as well as a number of videos covering a number of aspects of UK law. We have also compiled a list of UK law firms, should you need to contact one directly (please note any inclusion or link to external law firms does not constitue an endorsement or recommnedation for that firm and is merely included here as a resource).

Here you can access our free legal advice blog.

Ask Solicitors You can post a question on our free legal advice website. But unfortunately we cannot guarantee you will recieve a answer. Answers are provided at the discretion of the solicitors and other legal professionals who give their time for free.

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