Which? Legal can help you with:
Consumer law - problems with products and services you buy
Car purchase and servicing
Parking fines and motoring issues
Holidays and Travel
Tenancy (for those with Assured Shorthold tenancies and Houses of Multiple Occupancy)
Landlords (Assured Shorthold tenancies and lodgers)
Civil neighbour disputes
Wills and Probate
Help and advice for small business on goods and services they purchase when acting as a consumer i.e. not for resale.
Pre-emptive help and advice - find out your rights before you buy
Our team can help and advise you in respect of the above from an initial problem right to the court door (provided your claim falls within the small claims procedure - with a value of less than £10,000 in England, £3,000 in Scotland and Northern Ireland).
If you're not sure we can help you or if you cannot see your specific issue call us. One of our advisers will be able to tell you if we can help, and how. If it is that we can't help we may be able to provide you details of bodies or Organisations that can.
Which Legal? is an advice only service, specialising in consumer law, employment rights and setting up or creating your Will or Power of Attorney.
We also provide advice to help you represent yourself at Small Claims Court (where value is less than £10,000 in England or £3,000 in Scotland and Northern Ireland), but we cannot provide representation in court, for you or on your behalf.
Our advice spans across consumer rights but does not cover criminal or family law.
We are not able to draft documents on your behalf (unless in relation to a Settlement Agreement), but we can advise you on how to fill these in and provide you with tried and tested templates so you have the tools and knowledge you need to effectively tackle your issue.
You can call us between 8.30am and 6pm Monday to Friday. When you call we aim to connect you directly to one of our specialists. Where this is not possible, we will arrange to call you back.
If you do wish for us to call you back, the time taken by us will be dependent upon call volumes on a day-to-day basis.
We are here to help you, so you may use our service on more than one problem at a time, although you will need to bear in mind the fair usage policy.
Yes. We would never pass any of your details to another party and your correspondence is confidential between you and the person helping or advising you.
To make sure that Which? is investigating the issues that are really affecting consumers, we may record a summary of your enquiry within the Which? consumer information database. The summary will be recorded on an anonymous basis unless we have obtained your express prior consent.