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Harlow Citizens Advice Bureau is able to provide face to face advice at the main Bureau in the town.

NO APPOINTMENT IS NECESSARY, simply come to the Bureau during opening times and see the receptionist on arrival.

THE SERVICE IS FREE OF ANY CHARGE

LAW CLINICS


Harlow Citizens Advice launches new Law Clinic service

Harlow Citizens Advice is launching a new Law Clinic service on Monday 14th September.

The service offers Citizens Advice clients free 30 minute appointments with specialist solicitors who will be advising on housing, family, debt, wills and probate, criminal, welfare, employment, immigration, personal injury and medical negligence legal issues.

This is a valuable new addition to the existing advice service offered by Harlow Citizens Advice and will provide Harlow residents with a much-needed, free legal advice service.

Law Clinic Co-ordinator, Sarah Calder, said “We are very excited to be opening our new Law Clinic and we are extremely grateful to local law firms Attwaters Jameson Hill, Whiskers, TolTops, Jesse Douglas & Aaskells, Barnes & Partners and Foort Tayler for making this possible.  If you have a problem which you think you need legal advice about, pop in to Harlow Citizens Advice and we will do our very best to help you”.

All appointments with solicitors will be conducted in Harlow Citizens Advice offices at 13-15 East Gate and clients can call on 0344 477 0808 for more information.  The offices are open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.

Stephen Goddard, Business Development Manager at Harlow solicitors, Attwaters Jameson Hill, said “We are very pleased to be supporting the great work already done by Harlow Citizens Advice by getting involved with the new Law Clinic service and our solicitors look forward to helping local residents”.

 

We are not at present able to provide advice by email, but hope to provide this service in the future.

Online help is available from the CAB online guide. It can be accessed by clicking on the Adviceguide logo. The site will open in a new window.