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Starting with the Government online at is a pretty safe bet for generalisms and non-specific advice, but what if you want something more specific?

You could always pop along to your local Citizens Advice Bureau where legal advisers may be able to give you the advice you need or at least point you in the right direction.

The third option for free advice is to watch out for any legal clinics operating near you. These are often run by law schools to give students practical experience.

If you have exhausted the free advice options and need something more specific or a contract drawn up etc you are going to need to seek the advice of a lawyer.

Whether the lawyer you require is in a specialised field, or you have a general requirement re tax, company or employment law, simply get in touch with us and we can source the right organisation to assist.

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When you’re running a business, finding legal assistance is a must. Legal advice ranges from simple contract disagreements to full-on lawsuits. From debt recovery to changing from a sole trader to a limited company, you will need some legal assistance to help you with these matters.


What constitutes as intellectual property, and how do you protect it? There are multiple types, Copyright and Trade secrets are to name a few. Our partners can help you with the right protection.


When two or more businesses enter into a contractual agreement, it's important to have a third party in place to mediate and resolve any disputes that may arise. A third party can help ensure that the contract is enforced fairly and that both businesses receive what they're owed under the agreement.


Looking for a team that will help support your legal matters? Getting the right Legal Advice is paramount for you and your business. We only work with professionals that are qualified in their field. Our partners will offer you top class support.


Contract disputes can be costly and time-consuming to resolve. In order to minimise the risk of litigation, it is important for parties to a contract to understand their rights and duties under the agreement, and to try to negotiate any disputes before they become irreconcilable.

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Most frequently asked Legal Advice questions

There are many different types of legal advice for businesses. some general types include business law, company law, commercial law, employment law, property law, and taxation. Each type of legal advice has its own set of rules and requires a different approach. Business owners who need legal advice should speak to an attorney who specialises in their particular area of the law.

If you are a business owner, you know that you need sound legal advice to protect your company and its assets. But who should provide this advice? Many businesses turn to their lawyers for assistance, but this can be expensive and time-consuming. An expert in legal advice can help your business save money and time by providing tailored advice on the most effective ways to protect your business.

Businesses need to budget for legal advice to protect their assets and avoid legal issues. There are many factors to consider when determining how much to spend on legal advice, including the size of the business, the complexity of the issue, and the attorney’s experience.

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