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Four Free Resources To Help Solve Your Legal Query

Updated: Mar 16, 2022

At Frederick Place Chambers you can receive free initial legal advice from a barrister by email or phone.

However, if you are in search of some general legal advice, we have included a list of organisations below that provide free resources that could be of use to your query.

All of these websites are not directly connected to Frederick Place Chambers, however some of our previous clients have found the links extremely useful for advice and resolution of their claim.

The Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) can give employers and employees free, impartial advice on a range of workplace topics. They have templates and forms you can download, and even help with dispute resolution. Their site is well worth a look if you are seeking further information on an employment matter.

Although more known for their homelessness work, Shelter’s website is a fantastic resource for housing queries and information. Sections range from advice on deposits and maintenance, to eviction and mortgage repossession.

With an emergency housing line, and a webchat service, Shelter’s informative and easy to navigate site is an essential starting point for casual to urgent housing enquiries.

The Citizens’ Advice Bureau (CAB) is a charity offering independent advice on a range of topics. Alongside a huge amount of information on their website, they can offer confidential advice over the phone and even in person. With branches all over the country, this is one of the United Kingdom’s top resources for advice. Check out their site, and find a local branch near you.

Advice Now are not for profit organisation who aim to provide practical information on rights and the law in Wales and England.

Their website had categories including Immigration law, consumer affairs, employment law, and much more. A simple to use search bar makes finding what you need an easy task, and their layout is clear and highly detailed. Tha great way to find out your rights as a citizen of the county in many areas.

We hope these links are of use, but please do not hesitate to contact us if we can assist further with your legal query. You can also find some of our own free resources at the link here.

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