Advice Websites

Whether seeking general or specific advice, many people start off with a search online. The advice you find will present an overview and perhaps more in depth knowledge surrounding your issue. Many sites will provide contact details of those who can help you further if you need more assistance.

Policy in Practice believes the welfare system can work more effectively. It can help people towards greater independence if we make it simple for people and organisations to understand.

We simplify the welfare system by showing people how policy affects them. We show local authorities how individual households are affected by all policy changes, now and in the future.

We talk to government on a national level to influence policy.


Public Concern at Work is the whistleblowing charity. Established in 1993, we have led the new approach to whistleblowing that - both at home and abroad - recognises the key role it can play in anticipating and avoiding serious risks that arise in and from the workplace.

Public Concern at Work aims to help make whistleblowing work so that dangers, wrongdoing and serious risks that threaten the public good are deterred or at least detected before serious damage is caused.

+44(0)020 3117 2520

At Kew Law we believe the most valuable resource a firm can have is not its IT, client base or contacts but the people within the firm. The people reflect a company’s ethics and principles and the people at Kew Law are hardworking and willing to go the extra mile for a client. As a result we offer a wide range of services which are professional, responsive and competitively priced.

+44 (0) 0800 987 8156

Thompson Smith and Puxon (TSP) provide a range of legal services for individuals, business clients and organisations. Our skilled and experienced teams have specialist legal knowledge across a broad spectrum of the law. We continually invest in staff development and new technologies and are responsive and adaptable to our clients' needs

+44 (0) 0120 657 4431

We regularly represent our clients at Police Stations, Magistrates Courts, Crown Courts, and at Appeal Courts such as the Court of Appeal. Our clients know they can rely on a prompt and effective service, and many use our services time and again.

Law on the Web is one of the oldest legal advice sites in the UK, having launched back in 1999. Their mission is to make legal advice and services more accessible to everyone.

Legal problems can strike at any time and with legal aid cuts and ongoing austerity, dealing with them is becoming harder and harder. Law on the Web has striven to evolve and provide a better quality of service and to give peace of mind to users, providing access to free online legal information.

One day, you may find yourself needing legal advice. You may be experiencing discrimination, have a problem with your landlord or employer, or you need to draw up a legal document such as a will or power of attorney.

But it can sometimes be difficult to know where to go and who to ask, and what to expect from the different sorts of legal advice services available.

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