As a member of British society, you have rights and responsibilities. We will inform you about legal and civil rights and explain how you should be treated by the police and prison system.
How we can help
We can provide guidance on a range of law and court matters. Whether you’re due to appear in court (as a witness or defendant) and want to know about civil court procedure, or you want to find out about taking legal action against a person or a company you can speak to us.
“The help I received was amazing and I’m never going to be able to express how grateful I am . The team helped me through the most difficult time of my life.”
We regularly help with:
- Legal costs and legal aid
- Power of Attorney
- Dealing with the legal system as a victim or witness
- Small Claims Court
- Family Court proceedings
- How to take legal action
- Personal injury advice
- Dealing with discrimination laws
For information about free law clinics and other local services that can offer wider support for example for witnesses, go to Uttlesford Frontline.
If you require more specialist legal advice, we can provide you with a list of local solicitors who will be able to help. Some offer a free 15- or 30-minute initial appointment.