Free Legal Support – A Lifeline for Those Facing Eviction or Repossession

Free Legal Support – A Lifeline for Those Facing Eviction or Repossession

Court Enforcement Specialists is proud to raise awareness of the availability of free legal advice for individuals faced with the daunting prospect of eviction or repossession.

This government-backed scheme represents a crucial initiative aimed at extending support to the 38,000 people annually, who find themselves at risk of losing their homes, providing a vital lifeline during their time of need.

The fundamental objective of this scheme is to ensure that individuals facing eviction or repossession have access to legal guidance from the moment they receive a written notice.

Regardless of whether they are tenants or homeowners, the availability of legal support is intended to offer reassurance and practical assistance during what is often an incredibly stressful and unsettling period.

Crucially, the support provided through this scheme is not dependent upon the financial circumstances of the individuals seeking assistance, meaning that legal advice and representation in court are readily accessible to all.

Fairness and equality for those dealing with the threat of losing their homes is vital.
By removing financial barriers, this inclusive approach underlines the commitment to safeguarding the rights and well-being of all members of the community, irrespective of their economic standing.

CES recognises the importance of accessible legal support in alleviating the burden faced by individuals going through the complexities of eviction or repossession proceedings. It’s never an easy time, and this new availability of free legal advice and court representation shows a real commitment to the principles of justice, ensuring that individuals are not left to confront these challenges alone.

CES encourages individuals who find themselves in a situation where they may lose their home, to take advantage of the support offered through this scheme. By seeking legal advice and representation as early as possible, we know that people can access the guidance and advocacy necessary to move through the intricacies associated with eviction or repossession.

This is about empowering people to make informed decisions and assert their rights effectively.
At CES, we know from experience, that individuals facing eviction or repossession need to know that they are not alone on the journey.

With the backing of this scheme, we hope that those who may be struggling can seek the guidance and representation they need, to navigate their difficult period and safeguard their housing security effectively.

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