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Legal Advice

Detailed written legal help for a fixed fee of £50 which can be followed up by a telephone conference at no additional charge.
Legal-Advice

How to get a Divorce

The law of divorce and and all you need to know to prepare and present a petition and deal with a divorce yourself.
Divorce

Small claims

Small claims cases are intended for and directed towards litigants in person. The key words are 'no fuss-no costs-and no appeal'.
small-claims

Child Arrangement Orders

Guidance and advice on the law and procedure to obtain a child arrangements order relating to contact and the residence of a child.

Child-Arrangement

How to Make a Will

The requirements for a valid will and information on how to make your Will with a free will templates to follow.
How-to-make-a-will

Family Law

Maintenance Pending Suit

A guide to obtaining an immediate interim order for spousal maintenance as soon as a divorce petition is issued.
maintenance-pending-suit

Freezing Matrimonial Assets

Information how you can obtain a court order to prevent a spouse from disposing of the matrimonial assets.
Freezing-Matrimonial-assets

Matrimonial Home Rights

How to register matrimonial home rights to preserve your right to occupy the matrimonial home.
Matrimonial-home-rights

Order for Sale

How to apply for an order for sale of jointly owned property when a relationship has broken down.

Orders-for-sale

How to get a Divorce

The law of divorce and and all you need to know to prepare and present a petition and deal with a divorce yourself.
Divorce

Divorce Settlement

Help and advice on the money side of divorce and reaching a fair settlement when dividing up the family assets.
Divorce-financial

Consent Order

A guide to preparing and applying for a consent order when financial matters are agreed following a divorce.
Consent-order

Cohabitation

Advice for those living together on how to protect themselves financially and the law applicable to cohabitees.
Cohabitation

Clean Break Order

Information on when the court will make a clean break order to prevent any further financial claims being made.
Clean-break

Child Law

Prohibited Steps Order

Orders available under the Children Act from the Family Court to decide matters which parents have been unable to agree.
Prohibited-Steps

Parental Responsibility

The rights and responsibility for children and how to have these given legal effect in a parental responsibility agreement or order.
Parental-responsability

Removing A Child From The UK

A Guide to when you are allowed to take your child out of the UK and how to make an application to the court if permission is refused.
Moving-abroad-with-a-child

Child Arrangement Orders

Guidance and advice on the law and procedure to obtain a child arrangements order relating to contact and the residence of a child.

Child-Arrangement

Guardianship

How to appoint a guardian to care for your children if you are unable to care for them yourself with a free Guardianship Deed.

Guardianship

Civil Law

Mediation and Arbitration

Alternative ways of resolving disputes outside of court proceedings which can be less stressful and save time and money.

Meditation

Statutory Demands

How someone who is owed money can issue a statutory demand and the advantages and disadvantages.
Statutory-Demands

Solicitors Costs

Information on how solicitor’s charges are calculated and your rights to be informed and challenge a solicitor’s bill.

Solicitors-Costs

Consumer Law

An outline of the law which provides consumers with rights when purchasing goods,services,and taking out credit.

COnsumer-law

Small claims

Small claims cases are intended for and directed towards litigants in person. The key words are 'no fuss-no costs-and no appeal'.
small-claims

Professional Negligence

Claims against solicitors, accountants and doctors etc. who have caused you loss as a result of their failure to work to a professional standard.
Profesional-negligence

Accident and Personal Injury Claims

Claims for damages to compensate for injury and loss suffered as a result of the breach of a duty of care by another.
Personal-Injury

Misrepresentation

The law applicable where a contract has been induced by a false representation made innocently, negligently or fraudulently.
Misrepresentation

Injunctions

Orders from the court requiring a person to do or refrain from doing specific acts and the penalties when breached.
Injunction

Enforcing a county court judgement

A guide to enforcement action possible through the courts when a judgment debtor fails to pay money as ordered.
Enforcing-court-judgements

Inheritance Law

Contesting a Will

The basis on which a will may be declared invalid or contested and a guide to an application for provision from an estate.
Contesting-a-will

What is probate?

Information for executors of a will to show how they can wind up the estate themselves and save expense.
probate

Power of Attorney

Information on the main types of power of attorney, which give legal authority to another to act on their behalf.
Powers-of-attorney

Intestacy

A guide to the Intestacy Rules which determine who will inherit and administer an estate where there is no will.
intestacy

How to Make a Will

The requirements for a valid will and information on how to make your Will with a free will templates to follow.
How-to-make-a-will

Employment Law

Employment Rights

Information and a guide to the many legal rights employees have in the workplace and how they can be enforced

Employment rights

Discrimination at work

The protection from discrimination provided by the law and action you may take if you are being discriminated against.

Discrimination

Redundancy

A guide to when redundancy is a fair reason for dismissal and the procedures which must be followed.
Redudancy

Unfair Dismissal

Information on when termination of an employment contract by an employer can lead to a claim for unfair dismissal.

Unfair-dismissal

Miscellaneous Law

Immigration

Information, help and advice on those who may enter, work and live in the UK.

Immigration

Starting a Business

A guide to what you need to think about when starting your own business and deciding the business structure.

how-to-start-a-business

Fraud

Specialist help available through Legal Zone to victims of fraud and cases of a complex often international nature.

Fraud

Magistrate Courts

A free guide for those appearing before a magistrate court explaining the procedure and help available.

Magistrates-court

Conveyancing

The procedure for transferring title to land and the cost saving options available when buying or selling.

Conveyancing