When you need help with a legal problem, it can be difficult to know where to turn. We believe that getting hold of someone with the experience to guide you at short notice is an important first step in resolving your issue.
We’ve partnered with DAS to provide you with access to Instant Law Line, a telephone advice line which supplies an easy and cost-effective solution to the legal issues you might be facing. With advice provided by regulated law firm DAS Law you can be confident that the team will have the legal knowledge to advise you on your rights and help you to find a resolution to your legal problem.
Whether it’s a problem with a product you have bought, an unfair dismissal from work or a dispute with a neighbour, legal issues can be stressful and it’s important that you get the advice and support you need as quickly as possible.
Instant Law Line is an easy-to-use legal helpline service that gives you access to legal advice on the laws of England and Wales over the phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week (9am-5pm Monday-Friday for Scotland and Northern Ireland)*. All areas of everyday law are covered**.
If you need legal advice for your business, Instant Law Line offers a separate service for this – visit our Instant Law Line for Businesses section to learn more.
* DAS Law's legal advisers provide advice on the laws of England and Wales 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year on both personal and business law. For law in Scotland or Northern Ireland, they will refer you to one of their advisers who are available 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday (excluding public and bank holidays). If all of their advisers are busy on other calls when you ring they will arrange to call you back. Pay As You Go can only provide legal advice on the laws of England and Wales.
** DAS Law can advise on all areas of law except immigration, agricultural and ecclesiastical law. The advice line provides general telephone legal advice on specific legal problems. They are unable to advise on the specific details of cases already in progress through the courts, or provide a second opinion if you have already employed the services of a solicitor.