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As a Law Centre, we offer our clients legal advice and representation from our West London offices. We work with all people in the community to solve their problems and ensure the best outcomes for those who are facing disadvantages in the areas of employment, housing, welfare benefits, asylum and immigration.  Our clients are mainly from West London, but we are also able to see people from other parts of London.

Alongside our Legal Aid Services and our free advice sessions, we offer low cost and fixed fee services.   Our fees are set so that you are clear how much you will pay from the very start.

Employment:

Whether you have been unfairly treated, dismissed or discriminated against at work, we offer free initial advice through our dedicated drop ins.  We also offer fixed fee and no win no fee legal help and representation on more detailed matters.  We only ever represent employees so you can be assured that we will work tirelessly on your behalf to help you reach your end goal.

Housing:

Whether you are a tenant in council or privately owned property, you can visit our Monday morning drop in to access free legal advice and information about how we can help you further.  We will also be able to tell you if you qualify for free legal representation under our Legal Aid contract, in which case you will be referred to one of our Housing Solicitors.

Immigration & Asylum:

Our highly experienced immigration solicitors can offer you a fixed fee service on a range of immigration matters.  Whether you want to extend your permission to stay or apply to stay permanently in the UK, we can help you through the different stages.  Find out if you also qualify for free legal help and representation through our Asylum Legal Aid contract.

Welfare Benefits:

Our specialist Welfare Benefits Caseworker is funded to offer advice on welfare benefits applications and concerns to communities in Kensington and Chelsea only.  We particularly specialise in helping people to challenge unfair decisions about their benefits.

 

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