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Get information and advice about your legal rights

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& personal

  • Children
  • Divorce
  • Domestic abuse

Education
& training

  • Bullying
  • Attendance
  • Exclusion

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& tax

  • Debt
  • Credit cards
  • Mortgage

Benefits
& tax credits

  • Tax credits
  • Income support
  • Jobseekers' allowance

Employment
 

  • Redundancy
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Discrimination

Police and Crime
 

  • Been arrested?
  • At court
  • Victims

Housing
& homelessness

  • Renting
  • Repossession
  • Disrepair

Is family mediation suitable for you?

A man and a woman talkingFamily mediation is a way of helping families resolve disputes about children or financial matters away from the courts.

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What are my rights if I'm made redundant?

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Can I get legal aid?

If you live on low income or benefits, you may be entitled to legal aid.

What is legal aid?

Do you help people get advice?

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