Data protection

    Data protection requires you to read this statement and provide your agreement around our collection and storage of your data.

    Under the GDPR rules we need to ask your permission to collect and retain personal details. These are recorded on secure systems and are only available to those with a business need. You can withdraw consent to your information being used in a particular way at any time but this may limit what more we can do for you (if anything). A full copy of our GDPR policy is available upon request.

    Do we have your permission to collect and retain your personal details?

    On your instructions, we may need to pass them on to a 3rd party such as a barrister. We will only do so with your approval.


    First Name

    Last Name




    Other party/parties name(s) if known

    How did you hear about us?

    Are you currently instructing a solicitor? (If you are, we cannot give you legal advice. We can answer any questions that you have on our Facebook platform)

    Do you have a court date/date by which documents need to be filed?

    Which area of Law are you seeking advice on?

    Your Case

    Family/Divorce: please include - which stage you are at, whether there are children involved and whether there has been any domestic violence and if there are any current court proceedings

    Employment: please include whether you are still working. If you are, are you about to be made redundant, dismissed or walk out? If you are not, were you dismissed, made redundant, walked out, suspended? Please include any details on long term health conditions (that may amount to a disability) and whether you are a member of a trade union. Please attach any relevant documents (e.g) employment contract, redundancy or dismissal letter, grievance, disciplinary decision etc.

    Housing: please include whether you about to become homeless, you need advice regarding a tenancy, a lease or a property that you own, or whether you need help with debt resulting from a housing or property issue?


    If you have a straightforward question do consider visiting our Facebook page -
    You will find groups that you can join covering Family, Housing, Employment and Consumer Law where you can post your question and receive an answer usually within 24 hours.