Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice is a charity that offers free advice and support to people facing a wide range of issues, including legal problems. The organisation has a network of independent local offices staffed by trained volunteers who provide confidential and impartial advice.

Submitted on 01-01-70

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Citizens Advice can be helpful if you have a legal problem because they can provide you with information and advice on your rights and options. They can help you understand the legal process and provide guidance on how to take action to resolve your issue.

For example, if you have a problem with a landlord or housing issue, Citizens Advice can provide information on your rights as a tenant and what steps you can take to address the issue. They can also provide guidance on other legal issues such as employment law, debt, consumer rights, and family law.

Citizens Advice can also help you with practical issues such as filling out forms, writing letters, and preparing for court appearances. They may also be able to refer you to other organisations or legal services that can provide further assistance.

Citizens Advice has around 18,000 volunteers and 8,000 staff. They offer confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person at one of their 2,500+ locations across England and Wales.

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