Comprehensive information on the legal framework, your rights and issues of concern that must be challenged in Great Britain on legal advice is available on the Stonewall website. Click here to visit.
The following information is specific to the Welsh context, legal powers, advice services and policy development.
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Stonewall has been behind some of the most important legislative changes affecting lesbian, gay and bisexual people in the UK. Although the legislation is changing, there are still cases and victims of discrimination, violence and unfair treatment because of sexual orientation.
While Stonewall can provide information on the current laws affecting LGB people, we cannot provide legal advice and representation to victims of discrimination. What we can do is to help to find some one who does provide legal advice. If you provide legal advice and want to be included on this page, please email us your details.
Aims to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations. They provide up-to-date information, independent advice, training and work with employers and employees to solve problems and improve performance. Many individual cases are resolved by ACAS without reaching an employment tribunal.
Helpline: 08457 474 747
Citizens Advice Bureaux provide free, confidential, impartial and independent advice on a very broad range of subjects, including debt, benefits, housing, legal matters, employment, immigration and consumer issues. CABs are open to everyone regardless of race, gender, sexuality or disability. CABs covers advice in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. You can find details of your local CAB or obtain advice on-line at their website: www.adviceguide.org.uk
CLA provides free information, help and advice to the public on a range of common legal issues. It is an easy to use service, available in English and Welsh, via a national helpline or website. The CLA aims to ensure that people get information and advice about their legal rights and help with enforcing them by bringing together legal aid solicitors, Citizens Advice Bureaux, Law Centres, Local Authority Services and other organisations in local networks, all across Wales. The Community Legal Service is there to ensure that people get quality legal services that tackle their real needs. All the advice and help given is confidential and independent. Contact CLA :
Telephone: 0845 345 4 345
We are specialists in issues relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. Our LGBT Team offer Free First Advice by telephone to all callers and guarantee a same day response. Our areas of expertise include: Employment (including dismissal and discrimination), family & cohabitation (including gay marriage, civil partnerships, living together & separation), wills and tax planning, injury claims, moving home and buy-to-let, legal disputes and legal services for businesses.
Region: South West England
Specialist law firm offering expert advice and assistance in all aspects of divorce, separation and family matters. Offers a broad knowledge and years of experience of the whole range of family law issues.
Specialist advice relating to the Civil Partnership Act; including preparing pre nuptial type agreements, and dissolution and any financial claims arising from the breakdown of a relationship. In addition we offer tailored advice on wills, power of attorney and tax planning.
Alun Jones Family Law Solicitors
Rhys LLoyd Thomas (Fluent Welsh Speaker)
The Old Probate Registry, Cardiff Road, LLandaff, Cardiff, CF5 2DQ
14 Splott Road
Cardiff CF24 2BZ
Telephone: 029 2040 5777
Fax: 029 2046 4317
12/13 Clifton Road
The firm specialises exclusively in employment law.
As part of their comprehensive service, they provide advice and assistance to individuals who have been victims of sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace.
Old Court Chambers
Powys LD1 5EY
Telephone: 01597 825 565
Fax: 01597 825 220
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