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Helpline Support 0800 279 6888 Monday - Friday 9am–5.30pm*
Live chat Wednesday 9.00am-5.30pm
If you're calling the helpline from outside the UK +44 1268 921 600
The LawCare support service is for those who work in the legal profession including support staff and concerned family members, we do not offer legal advice to the general public. If you need legal advice The Law Society of England & Wales, Law Society of Scotland or The Law Society of Northern Ireland can help you identify a solicitor close to where you live. You can also contact the Citizens Advice Bureau, or search for your nearest Legal Advice Centre online.
LawCare admin office 01268 771333
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For all media inquiries contact Gemma Matthews, Communications Manager on 07813 949633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LawCare Ltd, PO Box 147, Benfleet, SS7 3WX
*If you urgently need to speak to someone outside of helpline hours call the Samaritans on 116 123.
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