Your rights in family matters if you are lesbian, gay or bisexual. Also includes your rights if you are transgendered or awaiting gender reassignment.
Includes how to buy and sell shares and what you should think about before you invest.
Housing, usually for older people, with on-site wardens and other facilities.
Benefits you may be able to claim if you have a disability or if you are not able to work because you are sick. Also covers benefits for accidents at work and industrial diseases.
How the small claim procedure works and how you can take court action for money that you are owed or compensation.
Information about the law on smoking tobacco in public places.
Your rights to all types of care services.
Payments available from the social fund, including grants and loans for specific life incidents.
Information about the provision of educational facilities for children with specific needs. Includes children with physical or sensory impairments, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioural difficulties, or issues with speech or language. Includes details of assessments, statements and your right of appeal.
The rules about sports and recreational activities.
Information about stalking and persistent threatening behaviour.
The rules about when you have to pay tax on documents to do with a sale of property or shares.
If you are living on the streets.