Debts Owed or Claimed Between Friends or Owner-Occupier Landlords

Mostly these cases are between people who placed trust in another person and later that trust was abused or a misunderstanding or argument ensues about payment of the debt. In many cases there has been no written contracts or the contract was poorly written. In this case you can seek advice from your local Citizen’s Advice Bureau. They will offer a free consultation, assess your evidence and advise you on next steps.

Consumer Claims for Bought Items Such as Second Hand Vehicles or Goods

Where you bought goods in good faith from a trader or other person you might be protected under consumer law. You can make an appointment with the Citizens Advice Bureau or talk to your local Trading Standards office.

Legal Aid

Legal aid is available for eligible individuals for family mediation matters that involve parenting, visitation, child support and maintenance. To see if you are entitled to Legal Aid visit the website.

Criminal Matters

If you have been charged with an offence or are a victim of crime you should seek legal advice as soon as possible.

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