free-legal-advice

How to get free legal advice?

Posted on Friday 4 December 2020

When you need help either understanding the law or obtaining legal assistance, there is often one hurdle in the way. The costs involved. Not everyone is in a financial position where they can afford to pay for the services or advice from a solicitor. However,...

Why do we have Employment Law UK?

Why do we have Employment Law UK?

Posted on Tuesday 29 September 2020

Employment Law is a wide-ranging term covering all parts of employment. It includes everything from recruitment practices, contracts, discrimination, as well as unfair dismissal. Why do we have Employment Law? Employment Law serves as a regulator between an employee and a business. In complying with...

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Guidance

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Guidance

Posted on Tuesday 29 September 2020

What is Money Laundering? To hide their illegally obtained money, criminals and criminal organisations take part in a practice known as money laundering. This process can involve many stages and vary in complexity, but the process is always essentially the same. Illegal or “dirty” money is...

How to appeal an immigration decision?

How to appeal an immigration decision?

Posted on Monday 28 September 2020

Applying for immigration can be extremely frustrating and worrying, especially when you do not have adequate knowledge of the UK immigration appeals procedure and the Judicial Review process. The Home Office has refused lots of people their visa application, but the good news is that...

Can you become a Solicitor without a law degree?

Can you become a Solicitor without a law degree?

Posted on Monday 28 September 2020

You do not have to have a law degree before becoming a qualified solicitor. You do not need to have any degree before becoming a solicitor. However, that does not mean that you can become a solicitor without any recognised qualifications as that is not...

What is the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT)?

What is the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT)?

Posted on Monday 28 September 2020

Established under section 46 of the Solicitors Act of 1974, the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal SDT, was introduced to adjudicate upon allegations of professional misconduct by solicitors, registered European lawyers, registered foreign lawyers, authorised bodies, managers of authorised bodies and those who are employees of solicitors...

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