Legal Advice & Assistance
As a Centrepoint young person, you can get FREE legal advice
Here are some examples of things you can get advice on:
Housing issues – repair issues, evictions, how social housing works
Housing benefit – delays, your claim being stopped, querying overpayments
Problems at work – unpaid wages, being dismissed, treatment at work
Civil liberties – police powers to stop and search, invasion of privacy
Consumer issues – small print on contracts, online purchases gone wrong, frozen bank account
Immigration law – advice for EEA Nationals in the UK, the process for seeking asylum
Family law – advice on access to children, Fathers’ rights
If you have a query about something else, please do still contact us.
We will always do our best to find a service that is right for you.
Email email@example.com to find out more or ask your keyworker.
You may also find useful information on the links below.
If you have been under the care of social services, you may have certain rights. Working out exactly what you are entitled to can be complicated.
to use the online tool to help you work our your own care status.
If you are under 18, the law says you are a child – even if you have experienced a lot and feel independent. Some of these rights are there to protect you.
to read more about your rights as a child
If you are an EU national, you'll need to to apply for Settled Status if you want to continue to have the right to live and work in the UK.
To take the quiz to find out if this applies to you and how to apply