Legal Directory

LawAs a parent or carer of a disabled child you may need to seek legal help at some point. Identifying and approaching a solicitor for legal help can be a daunting prospect for families and your choice of solicitor can be critically important.

Our Guide to Finding and Assessing Sources of Legal Help is intended to help you with this process and we recommend you read this before contacting a solicitor.

Download Finding and Assessing Sources of Legal Help (PDF)

To assist your search we have developed a legal directory. While Cerebra cannot make recommendations, and is not responsible for the work of these firms, the firms listed 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.

Complaints process

If for any reason you are not happy with the service that your solicitor is providing, please contact the firm directly through their own complaints management system. This information can be found on their website. If you are unhappy with the general quality of the service offered by a law firm, we suggest that you contact the Legal Services Ombudsman.

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