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welfare benefits, employment, family and housing law, small court claims, guidance for some legal forms

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Our story: over 15 years of professional experience and advice with a difference

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.

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Benefits Claims Appeals: What to Expect

The welfare benefits system in the UK was created to provide a safety net for those who found themselves in difficult situations in life, situations that may arise from a long-term illness, the loss of a job, or the death of a loved one.

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We have launched

There is no one prouder than us to say that AdviceZone is live! We’re ideally placed to help people stay on top of any legal issues they may have.

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Advice vs Legal Advice

Many people assume that the only way to resolve any legal issues they find themselves caught up in is by recourse to professionals such as solicitors or barristers. They will often accept high legal fees as an inevitability, not knowing that there are other options open to them.

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