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Make arrangements to buy a property.
Make arrangements for the sale of a property.
Make arrangements for the purchase and sale of properties.
Make arrangements to remortgage a residential property.
Extend and amend a lease agreement between you and your tenant.
Make arrangements to extend a lease agreement with your landlord.
Make arrangements to buy the freehold of a leasehold residential property.
Seek legal advice on the release of equity from your home or other residential property.
Make arrangements to amend the ownership of your home or other residential property.
Make a claim when the possession of a property is in dispute.
Pursue legal action against the tenant of your property.
Pursue legal action against a landlord.
Begin divorce proceedings to formally end a marriage.
Get legal support to help you respond to a divorce petition filed by your spouse.
Arrange the allocation of property, possessions and custody with an ex-partner.
Get legal help if you are involved in a violent relationship.
Resolve disagreements and make arrangements for family members.
Make arrangements to formally end a civil partnership.
Seek advice relating to parental duties and responsibilities.
Find representation for a child residency, custody and contact matter.
Access legal advice relating to the abduction of a child.
Find a legal expert to help in relation to child holiday arrangements.
Access advice in relation to another child-related legal issue.
Create a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement between you and your partner.
Seek advice on changing gender and gaining a gender recognition certificate.
Understand your rights as co-habitants on issues relating to assets and inheritance.
Create a legal document with instructions for the people you leave behind.
Create joint wills with your partner to efficiently deal with your Estates.
Appeal against the contents or execution of a will.
Obtain a grant of representation enabling you to deal with an Estate.
Get help dealing with the Estate of someone who has passed away.
Give someone else the power to make decisions on your behalf.
A couple can give someone else the power to make decisions on their behalf.
Apply to be a court-appointed Deputy for someone unable to make their own decisions.
Make a compensation claim for an accident caused by another road user.
Make a compensation claim for an accident at work.
Make a compensation claim for an accident in a public place.
Make a compensation claim for an accident suffered abroad.
Take legal action to resolve a financial dispute between two or more parties.
File for bankruptcy or seek advice relating to an Individual Voluntary Arrangement.
Seek consumer rights advice relating to an unsatisfactory product or service.
Consult a legal expert in relation to an ongoing dispute with a neighbour.
Consult a legal expert in relation to a less common or unorthodox dispute.
Seek legal advice when charged with careless or dangerous driving.
Seek legal advice when charged for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Seek legal advice when charged with a speeding offence.
Safeguard your employment rights following a business transfer.
Access advice and guidance to help you prepare for a disciplinary hearing at work.
Pursue a claim if you have been discriminated against in the workplace.
Make a claim against unequal and unfair payment terms.
Make a claim for being made redundant unfairly.
Make a claim against an employer on the grounds of unfair dismissal.
Take legal action against an employer for unpaid wages or unlawful deductions.
Consult a legal expert in relation to the settlement of a dispute with an employer