It’s important to make sure that you get all the help that you’re entitled to.
Click here for benefits advice
When you are in work, you can be faced with many difficult issues, so it is essential to know what your rights are. Click here you can find out more about those rights and how to solve problems.
Dealing with money issues can sometimes be off-putting, but if you don’t understand how things like credit or mortgages work, you could end up losing out financially or getting yourself deep in debt.
Click here for the information you need to make the right choices, including help to deal with your debt problems, how to avoid losing your home and how to get your finances back into shape.
Housing issues will always arise and therefore you need to know your rights and responsibilities. Click here for more information about renting or buying a home or just finding somewhere to live. You can also find advice on handling problems with your landlord and help to avoid losing your home.
Advice on issues with buying or repairing a car, purchases, holidays and transport, insurance, if you’ve changed your mind about a purchase, the post, phone, TV and internet, scams and much more can be found here
Find out what your rights are if your relationship has broken down, for example whether you can stay in the family home or who the children should live with. You can also find out how to deal with things like making a will, registering a birth or changing your name, and where else to go for help by clicking here
As a member of British society you have rights and responsibilities. These pages inform you about legal and civil rights and explain how you should be treated by the police and prison system. Click here for more information.
Problems about health care range from knowing what you are entitled to from the NHS to how to complain if the service is poor.
On these pages we provide basic information about your rights to health care, the NHS complaints procedure, how much health care costs and we direct you to other specialist agencies who can provide you with help and more detailed information. Click here for advice.