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Legal aid can offer assistance to meet the cost of legal advice from a solicitor or lawyer. It can help make it easier to obtain professional legal advice for those who qualify. It can be used to assist with the cost of a variety of legal matters including Contact with Children, Family Law, Civial Court Work,Divorce, Separation, Claims for Compensation, Criminal Law, Wills and Powers of Attorney. Many of the lawyers and solicitors listed on this site are able to offer legal aid to clients in areas in and around North Lanarkshire such as Airdrie, Bellshill, Hamilton, Motherwell, Wishaw, Coatbridge and Cumbernauld.
Applying for legal
Only those who are financially eligible receive legal aid. If you think you may qualify, then it is important to contact a legal aid solicitor who will be able to advise you further as to whether you qualify. It is essential that you should provide accurate information about your circumstances. If you are granted legal aid you may be required to advise the Scottish Legal Aid Board if there are changes in your financial circumstances. Your solicitor should be able to provide you with further information about the requirements of legal aid. Many of the solicitors listed on this site are able to offer legal aid to clients in and around North Lanarkshire such as Airdrie, Cumbernauld, Coatbridge, Bellshill, Hamilton, Wishaw and Motherwell.
Your legal aid lawyer will be able guide you through the process of applying for legal aid and will be able to assist you in completing the forms that require to be completed for the legal aid board.
North Lanarkshire Lawyers list a range of law firms, lawyers and solicitors in Airdrie, Motherwell, Costbridge, Cumbernauld, Hamilton:
Family lawyer, child lawyer, separation lawyer, divorce lawyer, compensation lawyer, personal injury lawyer, compensation claims solicitors, road traffic accident lawyers, criminal lawyer, conveyancing lawyer, house sale solicitors, house purchase solicitors, executries and estates solicitors, wills solicitors, power of attorney lawyer, guardianship lawyer, solicitors and notary public.