Ealing Law Centre provides free legal advice for Ealing residents and neighbouring boroughs. We are a registered law centre, a charity and a member of the Law Centres Network. Our work is funded through Legal Aid, grants from Trust Funds and donations.
We provide legal advice in the following services:
We can take cases involving homelessness; possession and eviction; anti-social behaviour; unlawful eviction when the client is attempting to regain entry; disrepair cases when there is a risk to health and safety.
We can take cases where you’re appealing a decision about employment and support allowance; disability living allowance; personal independence payment; university credit; housing benefit; council tax; working tax credit; child tax credit; jobseekers allowance.
We can take cases involving asylum/trafficking claim; settlement applications under the domestic violence rules; leave to remain and entry clearance applications; British Citizenship applications; immigration and asylum appeals; judicial reviews.
EU Settled Status Complex Cases Project
If you are an EU citizens living in the UK and wishing to stay after Brexit, you may need to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme. The EU Settled Status Complex Cases Project is a separate scheme and a special service for EU members who may be vulnerable, have a more complex case or require additional help applying for the scheme. For more information, please visit: https://www.lawcentres.org.uk/lcn-s-work/eu-settlement-scheme
Our services will continue as normal at the Northolt food bank and Brentford County Court. As we are a small law centre, we have limited capacity. If we are unable to take on your case, we will be able to provide you with details of other service providers.
For enquiries in any other service area, please refer to the Law Society website below to find solicitors who specialise in the required area. To find solicitors who accept legal aid please tick ‘accepts legal aid’ on the advanced options menu: https://solicitors.lawsociety.org.uk/
For enquiries, you can contact us during the hours of 10am and 5pm. We are unable to take drop-ins, so to make an enquiry for your case or if you have any further questions please call us during office hours 020 8579 4598 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
210 Northfield Avenue, Ealing, London, W13 9SJ. Office opening hours: 9:30am to 5:30pm