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Solve your problem

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Sooner or later we all have difficulties that involve the law and our rights. We all buy things that break, and it is likely that we will have a problem with a landlord or boss, a bank, or a government department at some point in our lives.

In this section, we show you how to deal with your problem effectively, whatever it is.

We aim to give you the know-how and the skills needed to deal with all kinds of problems and show you the tricks of the trade advisers use to ensure they solve a problem successfully.

Seven steps - How to solve an everyday legal problem

Older man in field In this guide we will outline the seven steps you can take to solve your everyday legal problems as quickly and efficiently as possible. Don't stress about it - success is just seven steps away!

Going to court

Young couple with form new Got a legal problem? Thinking of going to court? This series of leaflets help you to understand what is involved, the steps you have to take and whether you can solve your problem another way without having to go to court.

Getting help

Jim and adviser new Need help with a legal problem? There are lots of different ways you can get help and advice to deal with a problem. Find advice services and solicitors near you who can help you solve your problem.

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Need help with a problem? Find advice services and solicitors near you who can help you solve your problem. Many people are able to get free help and advice.