Dealing with the courts and obtaining legal advice
Detailed help and advice on dealing with any of the following areas:
is available at the Citizens Advice website.
Further help and advice on Crime, justice and the law in the following areas:
is available at the GOV.UK website.
Attending a court or tribunal
Guides to attending or accessing a court or tribunal are available at the following links:
Civil Legal Advice
Civil Legal Advice is a government funded advice service offering free, confidential legal advice to people on low income or benefits. Full details can be viewed in the left panel of this page.
Law Centres Network
Law Centres Network are non profit legal practises providing free legal advice and representation to disadvantaged people.
There is a network of 56 Law Centres in the UK, specialising in social welfare law which includes: welfare rights; disability rights; immigration and asylum; housing and homelessness; employment rights; community care; all forms of discrimination; mental health; education rights; and children’s rights.
Full details of the services available can be found at My Advice Gateway - Law Centres Network.
Further advice is available at the following links:
Representing Yourself in Court
Information and advice on Representing Yourself in Court is available at the following links:
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