Can You Get Free Employment Law Advice?

Yes, you can. The problem is that you might not have the funds to pay a lawyer for the advice that you need. Fortunately, there are a few ways that you can get the employment law advice that you need for free.

If you need free employment law advice, our legal team can offer you a free consultation.

The Acas Helpline

Whether you are an employer or an employee, you will be able to use the Acas helpline to get employment law advice. This is a good option for most people because the advice provided will be free and impartial.

Before you call the Acas helpline, there are some things that you will need to have on hand.

This will include a pen and paper as well as notes about the issue you want to discuss and get advice on. You should also have your employment contract with you. The helpline is available during normal business hours and you can find the number on their website.

You can also use the online helpline which provides answers to some of the most frequent issues people have.

The online helpline is an automated system designed to provide a clear answer to your issues. It is recommended that you try the online helpline before you call.

Free Consultations

If you would prefer to see an employment law solicitor get advice, there are many who specialise in this field. Many of these solicitors will offer a free initial consultation to potential clients.

During this consultation, you will be able to talk to the solicitor about your issues and get some advice.

If you are an employee, the solicitor will be able to determine if you have a case against your employer. If you are an employer, the consultation will help you determine what your liability is in the case.

These consultations will not have any strings attached and you will not have to hire a solicitor after them.

Citizen’s Advice

The Citizen’s Advice service also offers free advice on employment law issues. There are a few ways that you can get in touch with them from visiting a local office to calling their phone line.

As with Acas, you will need to have your information ready when you talk to them.

It is possible to get free employment law advice. One of the best options will be the Acas helpline as they provide free and impartial advice based on your case.

Disclaimer: The contents of this article are for information purposes only and should not be relied upon as formal legal advice. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of this article. Specific legal advice should be sort tailored to the individual circumstances in all cases.

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