Free Legal Advice
We provide free initial legal advice and affordable legal assistance in a range of areas listed below. If you need legal advice, you have come to the right place! You can now access our legal advice service online! Find out more about the work we do below and if you need our help, submit a help ticket.
How we can help
Windrush Compensation Support Surgeries In August 2019, United Legal Access started holding Windrush Compensation Support Surgeries at the Pilgrim Centre in Nottingham. This came about after being approached by one of the senior ministers of the local church, Clive Foster, and being asked to provide legal support to those that the church had come into […]
EU Settlement Scheme Workshops Assisting EU Nationals Living in the UK Since May 2019, United Legal Access has been providing free assistance to EU citizens living in the UK with their online application to the EU Settlement Scheme. The idea to start running these sessions came, following a meeting that our founder and director, Sibon […]
We are not your typical advice clinic.
You can access our online portal 24/7. Receive an answer to your legal questions straight to your phone, tablet, computer, or laptop. No need to wait in a phone queue or leave work, home to attend an appointment.
It’s a virtual legal advice clinic where people can send their legal questions at any day and time of the week. The service operates outside the normal working hours of other advice clinics. The initial advice service is free and if you require further assistance such as drafting legal documents, ongoing casework, tribunal representation, or immigration support, this can be provided at a competitive price.
Our volunteers are qualified solicitors, barristers and other advisers with substantial experience and expertise in their respective fields. Law students, graduates, paralegals and trainee solicitors, assist us with interviewing, fact finding and legal research.
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