Overview

You can get legal advice and information to solve common problems, for example about:

  • debts
  • decisions about benefits
  • employer discrimination
  • immigration statuses
  • disagreements with neighbours

Get advice and information as early as you can. It might stop a problem from getting worse.

You may need to find a legal adviser with specialist training in the area of your problem. They could help you solve it, or give you advice about what to do next.

You might be able to solve the problem without going to court, for example by working with a mediator.

If you need to go to court to solve the problem, you can find out how to prepare for a court hearing.