You have heard the phrase “ignorance of the law is no defence” …our service will provide you with what you need to know about the law so you can represent yourself in court known as a litigant in person, see (ATTENDING COURT with you in the menu). See below for interesting new or updated legislation.
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WHAT WE DO
We provide legal assistance with Negotiations; Drafting Applications for court; statements, (position & witness); Claims; Drafting Particulars & Defence to a claim. We provide you with the law, so you can make an informed decision.
SRA Definition of a UK Lawyer
Lawyer is a general term used to describe people who provide legal services. Unlike terms such as solicitor or barrister, lawyer has no defined meaning in UK law. Anyone can call themselves a lawyer, regardless of whether they have any professional legal qualifications or not. In our Standards and Regulations, we use the word lawyer as a shorthand to describe all regulated individuals, but in reality, if someone calls themselves a lawyer, it does not necessarily mean they have an official title or are subject to any formal regulation.