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.
Get advice on giving evidence in court as a witness or a victim including where to get help and support.
Check how to prepare if a court or tribunal offers you a remote hearing.
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.