Which? Legal can help on a range of topics, simply give us a call to find out how we can help you.
From cancelled flights to inadequate accommodation Which? Legal can give you advice on your rights and what companies should be doing.Holidays and Travel
Our specialist advisers can answer all your consumer rights questions about employing traders to provide a service, and provide legal advice on how to solve problems when things go wrong.Builders
Get advice on your rights when buying a car, whether its brand new or second hand. Support when something goes wrong, plus advice and support for other motoring issue such as parking tickets and pot holes.Cars and Motoring
Landlords who are not in business can get all the advice they need up to court proceedings from our team of lawyers and specialist legal advisers. We can explain exactly how assured shorthold tenancy agreements work, and advise you on how to move forward on a range of issues around renting your property.Landlords
If you’re renting privately in England or Wales and have an assured shorthold tenancy agreement (AST), or in Scotland and have a Short Assured Tenancy, get all the advice you need when renting, from landlord obligations to rent deposit schemes.Tenants
Our employment experts can give you advice and support on a range of employment issues including redundancy, settlement agreements, tribunals and more.Employment
Whether you're planning for the future and want to create a will or Power Of Attorney or if you are going through the probate process Which? Legal can help advise and guide you through the processes.Wills and Probate
Get advice on your rights from buying products online or on the high street through to services and contractors.Consumer Rights
Which? has been an independent consumer champion for more than 50 years. In 1976, we launched Which? Legal to put that experience and commitment to work helping consumers resolve their legal problems.
We don't profit at your expense we’re wholly owned by the Consumers’ Association, a registered charity. Independence and impartiality are at the heart of everything we do. We believe our unique position and clear values give our customers the fairest way to get the legal advice they need.
Unlimited advice on a range of topics from second hand cars to tenancy rights costs as little as £9 a month with a £29 joining fee.