Dealing with legal problems can be difficult and confusing.
Here we explain things like getting free or affordable legal advice and taking your case to court without a lawyer.
Find out how to get legal help if you're on a low income, including advice from a law centre or legal aid solicitor, and trial or tribunal representation by a pro bono barrister.
Information on rape and sexual assault, including definitions, sources of specialist help and further information.
If you’re going to a tribunal or court without a lawyer, find out where to get help to represent yourself and what a McKenzie Friend, the Personal Support Unit or an interpreter can do.
Check how to prepare if a court or tribunal offers you a remote hearing.
Get advice on giving evidence in court as a witness or a victim including where to get help and support.
What to do if you are accused of shoplifting, theft or negligence at work where the business is trying to recover compensation for alleged losses.