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Where can I get free legal services?

Finding out where to get free legal services in the UK cities isn't so hard, given the large number of law experts and consumer groups willing to provide free advice. There are legal groups willing to bear all the legal costs for those who qualify as a person in need. Moreover, there are online services and law websites that can provide legal advice, help to write wills online and so on.

Help groups

The best way to qualify for legal aid would be to contact one of the agencies that help people with free legal advice and to find solicitors who will not bill for legal costs. List of solicitors and citizens There are lists of these solicitors and citizens that help groups online. For example, visit Advicenow at Advicenow.org.uk or the Free Representation Unit (FRU) at Freerepresentationunit.org.uk. Then, there are also the Law Centre branches, which can be found at Lawcentres.org.uk. There are also services, like the Bar Pro Bono Unit (Barprobono.org.uk) which acts as a clearing house that connects applicants to barristers who are willing to undertake Pro Bono work.

No Win No Fee

The easiest and fastest way to line up a UK legal expert without paying upfront is to directly contact one of the solicitors who get paid only if their clients win. These 'No Win No Fee' providers like Nowinnofee.co.uk can be easily found with a quick search. Note Note that there are other similar options. For instance, many law firms will happily provide a free initial consultation and legal advice. They will only charge if the client then wants to go ahead. There's a big list of these law firms listed on Venables.co.uk.

Websites

There are many law websites and online forums where people can ask questions about legal business and get free legal advice. These sites, like Lawontheweb.co.uk, provide all kinds of documents and guides for specific legal issues. Section They have distinct sections for everything, from personal injury law to property law and probate issues. They have a section for free advice, where people can fill in a form, detailing their legal matter, and where they get a response from a specialist solicitor.

Advice services

There are advice providers who will give free advice to the consumers. That can be debt help, advice regarding how to prepare free wills online, or where to get free immigration help and so on.

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