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Citizens Advice England:
- What are your rights as consumers and employees in the light of the coronavirus pandemic?
- Coronavirus - what it means for you.
Advice on all aspects of welfare benefits including recent changes to benefits and tax credits, eligibility for different benefits, what to do about issues with benefits and support for housing costs.
This section takes you through the steps needed to claim Universal Credit. Call us for free: 0800 144 8444
Information on getting the best deals for utilities and communications bills, budgeting, saving and borrowing money, pensions and more.
Advice on your options for dealing with different debts, dealing with creditors, and what to do if you have no money for things you need.
Get advice before travelling abroad, including the latest information on Coronavirus.
Advice on dealing with faulty goods or services including items bought from shops, second-hand cars, energy suppliers and reporting scams.
Advice on housing issues including buying and renting homes, deposits, evictions and homelessness.
Advice on marriage, civil partnerships, separation, divorce and cohabiting. Also property issues and supporting children.
If you think you may be being scammed, get advice here
If you or your family are from the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, you should check what you need to do if you want to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021
Advice on all aspects of work and employment including contracts of employment, pay, dismissal, disciplinary action and Industrial Tribunals.
Advice on discrimination, education, health , immigration , legal problems (including finding a solicitor) and personal taxation.
Links to the main Citizens Advice website about going to court as a witness