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Housing law

Your home is central to your life, so knowing where you stand in sometimes difficult situations is paramount to getting your life back on track. We cover almost all areas including:

  • Private rent: your rights and obligations
  • Problems with letting agents
  • Council properties & Social housing
  • Notice from your landlord (Section 21, Section 8, etc.): your rights and obligations
  • Disrepair in your property
  • Taking your landlord to court
  • Problems with your neighbours
housing legal advice
family legal advice

family law

They say you can’t choose your family, but sometimes difficult situations can get in the way. We can advise you on a wealth of subjects:

  • Marriage and divorce
  • Legal separation
  • Money and property 
  • Contact with children 
  • Parental responsibility
  • Child maintenance for parents
  • Looking after children
  • Looking after the elderly

employment law

Sometimes working hard isn’t enough to keep your work life running smoothly, and even unexpected changes can make your day to day that much harder. We can help you with things like:

  • Legal rights and obligations of employees and workers
  • Problems at work and your legal rights
  • Grievance and disciplinary action
  • Dismissal
  • Harassment, bullying, and discrimination 
  • Pay rights
  • Illness, Maternity and paternity rights
  • TUPE and your rights
  • Taking a case to the Employment Tribunal
employment legal advice
money legal advice

money claims

Financial problems have the potential to severely disrupt your life and become very stressful. That’s why we have an extensive range of subjects we can advise you on to help you move forward:

  • Lending money
  • What to do if a person or business owes you money and refuses to pay?
  • How to respond to a money claim
  • How will a County Court Judgement (C.C.J.) affect you?

welfare benefits

Whether you are affected by long term or recent disabilities or are seeking assistance for other reasons, benefits can be a tricky and stressful area to navigate. Let us help you get the support you need.

  • What benefits are you and your family entitled to
  • How to make a benefits claim
  • Disability and long-term illness-related benefits
  • How to ask for a mandatory reconsideration
  • How to appeal a benefits decision
  • How to build  and defend a strong case for your First Tier Tribunal appeal hearing
  • What to do if you are unhappy with the service provided by the Department for Work and Pensions
  • Benefits for EEA nationals

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