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None of us know when we might run into a problem that needs professional legal advice, from trouble with a tenancy agreement to difficulties at work. Which? Legal provides access, by phone and email, to our team of specialist legal advisers.

  • Your monthly fee entitles everyone in your household to expert advice on a range of legal issues
  • Professionals who know how to protect your rights are on hand to help – and they’re not on the clock
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  • You don’t have to have a legal issue to join: once you’ve signed up, our service will be available to use when you need it 

We are offering you a truly personalised service to help you resolve your legal problem. Topics we can offer legal advice on include

  • Employment advice such as the terms and conditions of your contract, redundancy and unfair dismissals
  • Consumer advice regarding goods and services you purchased, either on the high street or online
  • Landlord advice, tenancy advice and neighbour disputes
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  • Motoring offences such as speeding, driving a vehicle without insurance or MOT certificate
  • Parking violations
  • Wills and probate, including power of attorney, intestacy and legal advice on writing and amending a will
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