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CIVIL LITIGATION
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The issue of course is one of two: You need to decide whether or not to sue the other person to get your money back or to make them fulfil their obligations.  Maybe you have already been taken to court, or are at risk of being taken to court and need to defend the case. It could be a breach of contractdebt, mortgage repossession, an injunction or a even a neighbourhood dispute.

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DISCRIMINATION
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Something does not seem quite right. Your treatment appears less favourable compared to others. A sub-standard delivery of a service, an unjustified poor report at work, restricted use or denial of access to certain facilities.  You feel you are being subjected to harassment or victimisation. No reasonable adjustments have been made for your situation. The only thing that is different is you.

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EMPLOYMENT
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Are you  - an employer with a tricky situation at work and don't know how to resolve it without falling foul of the law? A worker or employee with concerns about your treatment at work, or your entitlements such as pay and holiday, or as a part-time, fixed-term, or agency workerDo you have a grievance, are being dismissed or made redundant or need to sign a compromise (now settlement) agreement

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HOUSING
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If you have run into problems with your Landlord, Tenant or Leaseholder, we can assist you with finding legal solutions. Whether you face eviction, or whether you are a landlord with a troublesome tenant or who is in breach of their tenancy terms, we can advise you on how to take lawful and fair action.

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IMMIGRATION
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We have

A proven track record of making successful applications on behalf our clients

We are

Authorised to provide Immigration and Asylum Advice and Services

We offer

A Same Day Premium Service 

Fixed Fees

Different service packages to suit our varied mix of clients

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MEDIATION
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You don't always have to go to court to sort out a dispute with your neighbour, in the community or with family. There are alternative ways of resolving disputes which are less formal and less traumatic that going to court, and in some cases leave you more in control of the outcome.

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