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Receive comprehensive advice within 24h

Once you are happy with everything, pay £25 and receive our comprehensive advice, usually within 24h. 


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Our vision: is for every individual to have fast access to quality advice at an affordable cost.

Tired with the wait and substantial challenges facing ‘free’ services, as well as the spiralling costs for paid legal advice – we decided there had to be a better way.

Armed with years of professional experience in the UK advice sector, we set on a journey to create an innovative way to answer your legal questions at an affordable cost.

customer stories

Many of our clients’ stories had a long-lasting and profound impact that stayed with us for a long time. We changed clients’ names to maintain their privacy, but the events were taken from our actual casework over the years.


"Useful information provided in a user-friendly format, thank you." 



"I needed legal advice, and I received a clear answer and guidance on possible ways to proceed. It was a quick, professional and easy-to-understand legal help."



"Amazing housing advice particularly about self-help available for no cost at all. Very Empowering".


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