Solicitor Services with Neale Turk
Citizens Advice are now working with Neale Turk to improve access to legal services for all.
What Neale Turk LLP do.
Neale Turk LLP improve access to legal services for all, regardless of your social background or wealth. This is because it has becomes more difficult to get Legal Aid and court fees and the affordability of legal services often hinder the proper administration of justice.
What you need to know.
The first 30 minutes of the appointment are on us, free of charge. This aligns with our aim to provide and improve access to legal services for all people, no matter who you are.
“If you need any further advice with Neale Turk, you may be charged for these extra services as we only offer 30 minutes free of charge.”
- Ensure you get the best out of your appointment
- Make a note beforehand of what you need to say and what you may want to find out
- Take any relevant documents to the appointment with you
- It may also be helpful to make a list of questions you have in advance
What we are doing.
We are working with Neale Turk so we understand how best to improve access to legal services. They offer bi-weekly appointments for our clients. and many of their employees are volunteers with us, who provide legal advice for those who could otherwise not afford it.
As well as face to face services, we offer services by email and online, through Neale Turk. This therefore reduces costs and makes our services overall more affordable for all.
Additional Information (Please Read)
We ask for a minimum of 24 hours notice:
If you are unable to attend, we ask that you please contact us in advance in order for us to cancel the appointment or rearrange it in sufficient time so this appointment can still be used.
Contact 01252 878435. If there is no answer, leave a voicemail and we will get to you
Alternatively, you can email us on: email@example.com
Citizens Advice Hart will receive confirmation of your attendance
“Should you require ongoing legal services post your pro bono appointment please note you are not obliged to accept an offer of ongoing services that would incur charges from this particular named firm”