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How To Divorce Online

On 6 April 2022, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 came into force. This is  a new era for the law on divorce and civil partnership dissolution. We have divorce solicitors on hand to offer free advice. Under the previous law, there was only one ground for divorce; the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage….

Employment Law – Working Time Regulations

Working hours in the UK are governed by the Working Time Regulations 1998. These limit the working week to an average of 48 hours (although there is an opt-out), and the working day to an average of 8 hours. They also give workers and employees the right to paid leave and specified rest breaks. The…

Consumer Goods and Your Rights

The Consumer Rights Act protects you in almost all purchases you make. Here we explain The Consumer Rights Act, The Sale of Goods Act 1979, and what it means when buying goods or services. Read on for more free legal advice The Consumer Rights Act And The Sale of Goods Act 1979  Under The Consumer…

Who Is Entitled To A Council Tax Discount?

With the cost of living reaching an all time high, it is becoming essential to cut back in all areas of life. With energy bills about to soar, we are all looking for other costs that can be cut. Did you know there are certain discounts you can get on  your council tax bill?You might…

What Are My Rights When I Buy Faulty Goods? | Expert Answers

Faulty Goods You can ask our solicitors for advice on purchasing faulty goods using the question section on our homepage or you can read the following free legal advice. Hopefully this guide will answer any questions you have. Learn more about the “consumer rights act 2015 – faulty goods” below. Most of the time the products…

Can I Appeal A Parking Ticket?

Appealing A Parking Ticket There are few things more annoying in life than returning to your car to find you have been issued with a parking ticket. However, by checking a few details and assessing the circumstances around the ticket, you may find you have grounds to appeal. Read about appealing a parking ticket here….

Compensation For Cancelled Flights – Claim Now

Airlines work hard to avoid disruption and delays to your journey. However, problems inevitably occur. As a consumer you have legal rights when the flight you are booked on is delayed, cancelled or you are denied boarding. Find out your rights from a FREE Solicitor UK This article explains your rights and what to do…

Accidents caused by Children: Liability & Compensation

If someone is involved in an accident caused by a child, it can be tricky to make a successful legal claim. Depending on the age of the child, it can be difficult to prove that the child was negligent in the eyes of the law. Very young children cannot be treated as negligent in law…

Legal Aid: Am I Eligible?

To get legal aid, you usually need to show you cannot afford to pay for legal costs and that your problem is serious. You will usually have to give details and evidence of your income, benefits, savings and property, and those of your partner. Free legal advice uk Whether you qualify for legal aid will…

What Happens If I Can’t Pay My Tax Bill?

The lockdown which started in March 2020, and has re-emerged in different forms thereafter, has altered the way HMRC have decided to recover money owed to them by taxpayers and businesses. Ask A Solicitor UK. HMRC has new Debt Recovery Powers “The government is considering how HMRC can modernise its collection of tax debts to…