IWC offer specialised legal help for issues relating to making a will, probate, inheritance law and taxation. Maybe you need legal advice in relation to matters outside this area. If so, our partnership with solicitors enables us to offer you a full service.
Personal injury and accident legal advice - If you`ve been hurt in an accident that wasn`t your fault…….you can get non-biased, expert help.
Advice on Employment law - Find out where you stand with regards to employment, unfair dismissal, maternity or paternity leave, accidents, discrimination or bullying at work.
Company law and business legal advice -Whether you need help with licensing, commercial property, tax or health and safety, get your questions answered by a specialists.
Contract law - Protect your business and ensure a contract is watertight with a fast, convenient expert service.
Consumer Rights - Find out what the law says in relation to seller`s contractual obligations, where you stand and the best course of action to take.
Landlord and Tenant/Property Disputes - help with deposit disputes, evictions and tenancy agreements for landlords and tenants.
Criminal legal advice - If you`ve been charged with a criminal offence, get fast, low cost solicitors advice.
Family law advice - Get help and guidance with a family issue regarding cohabitation, children, adoption, domestic abuse or debt management.
Legal advice divorce - You can get help on divorce, separation, children, parental rights, custody and financial settlements.
Conveyance solicitors - Get your quote for buying, selling, re-mortgaging or equity transfer.
Meeting the Legal Needs of Today
Our service, in association with solicitors was designed to meet the legal needs of the 21st century, offering the law on demand. Seeking out a solicitor, going down to the office and being charged expensive hourly rates often makes people reluctant to get the legal help they need. This service means you can find a solution to your legal issues cost effectively, from the comfort of your home.
Under the Solicitors Regulation Authority Code of Conduct Rules 7-9, solicitors are allowed to make payments to companies who supply them with additional work. This is known as a Referral Fee and the company who receives such a fee is known as an introducer. IWC (the introducer) must make clients aware that the company receives referral fees from Solicitors and Solicitors must also confirm to clients that such an arrangement exits.