If you do not qualify for
a solicitor may be able to take on your case as part of their pro bono work.
Pro bono work is free legal help for people who:
Solicitors work pro bono to help make sure everyone has access to justice when they need it.
Pro bono work is voluntary and there’s no obligation to do it, although many solicitors choose to.
LawWorks is a charity which connects lawyers
with people who cannot get legal aid. It can provide free advice on issues such as:
You’ll need to make an appointment to see a lawyer at one of LawWorks’ legal advice clinics.
Search for a LawWorks legal advice clinic near you
You might have to pay legal costs if you lose your case and the other party has been given professional legal
You should discuss what costs you might have to pay with your lawyer before they start work on your case.
Support Through Court is a charity which can help you if you
have to go to court without a lawyer. It can:
Find your nearest Support Through Court office
AdviceNow is an online advice resource run by the charity Law for Life: the Foundation for Public Legal
It has practical information about your rights and the law in England and Wales on subjects such as:
Visit the AdviceNow website
Citizens Advice can
provide advice on a wide range of issues.