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Most of us need legal help at some point in our lives, whether it's to sort out a problem with benefits, help to write a will, or sell your home.
Advice centres include local Citizens Advice Bureaus‚ law centres and independent advice agencies. Some can give you initial advice, whilst others can help with complex cases and even represent you in a court or tribunal.
Other sources of free legal advice:
Trade unions: If you are a member of a trade union, you may be able to get free legal advice through the union (this may be available on a range of issues and not just related to employment).
Financial products: Some bank accounts‚ insurance policies and other products offer access to legal advice. Check the terms and conditions of any you hold to see whether you qualify for such a service.
Citizens Advice Consumer Service: For help with problems with consumer goods or services, call them on 08454 04 05 06.
Our factsheet has further information on getting legal advice - both in terms of ways you may be able to access free advice, and on how to find a solicitor. Section 9 of the factsheet contains a checklist of questions to ask a solicitor before deciding to appoint them.
FS43: Getting legal advice (PDF 536KB)
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