Most people need legal advice at some point in their lives. Whether you are buying a house, running a business or going through a divorce, navigating the law can feel like a minefield. Before going straight to a solicitor, in some cases it is good to do some legal research to help get a better understanding of the legal issue you are going through, and how a solicitor can help. So if you are looking for free legal advice, our legal guides section is a great place to start. Here you will find legal guides on a whole host of different topics, all designed to give you straight forward advice on legal issues and processes.
Family law covers domestic and relationship legal matters including marriage, divorce, child cases and personal financial matters.
Company & Commercial LAW
Company and commercial law cover the legal rights and responsibilities of businesses engaged in commerce, trade and sales.
Conveyancing & Property LAW
Conveyancing is the legal process of purchasing and selling property, and can also cover tenancy agreements between landlords and tenants.
Personal Finance & Tax LAW
Personal finance and tax laws cover everything from bankruptcy and IVAs through to capital gains and inheritance tax.
Mental Health LAW
Mental health law protects the rights of individuals with mental health problems and determines how decisions can be made on behalf of people who lack mental capacity.
Corporate Finance LAW
Corporate finance laws cover all financial aspects of business, including the setup, management and debt of companies.
Children law or child law refers to a multitude of legal matters that centre around the welfare and maintenance of children.
Employment law covers the relationship between employer and employee and ensures that the legal rights of both parties are honoured.
Criminal law covers crime and the protection of society, and ranges from anti-social behaviour and theft, to sexual offences and murder.
Wills, Probate & Trusts LAW
Wills, probate and trusts covers the law of estate planning and helping to ensure established wishes are enforced after death.
Education law covers all aspects of the educational system, from admissions and attendance through to special education and discrimination in schools.
Intellectual Property LAW
Intellectual property (IP) laws give protection to the creators of original work and includes copyrights, trademarks and patents.
Libel & Defamation LAW
Defamation is the act of damaging a person or company's reputation or character. It can be written statements, which is called libel, or spoken, which is called slander.
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