As a parent or carer of a disabled child you may need to seek legal help at some point for a whole host of reasons. Your child may have been injured, may not be getting the educational support to which they are entitled, or they may even need representation at a police station. You may also need to consider making a will and other financial arrangements for your child.
Identifying and approaching a solicitor for legal help can be a daunting prospect for families and carers of children with a disability. The choice of your solicitor is critically important. Choosing the wrong solicitor could have significant consequences.
Our Guide on Finding and Assessing Sources of Legal Help is intended to help you with this process.
The legal firms in the Directory below are supporters of Cerebra insofar as they have shown an understanding of our ethos and have been financially generous to the charity in donating to us to support our work. Cerebra is not responsible for and has no control over these firms and the directory listings should not be taken as a recommendation or endorsement of the information or services provided by them.