Knowing how to access legal assistance on any matter can be totally perplexing for some folk. There are many families who never come into contact with solicitors at any time in their life, bar conveyancing when they’ve bought and sold houses and in connection with the death of a loved one – often a solicitor deals with the reading and dispersement of wills and testaments. If trouble brews at work and can’t be resolved calmly and amicably around the table, then recourse to a soliitor may become necessary. If someone falls out with their neighbour and it spirals to violence or other criminality, then it becomes necessary to get legal advice very quickly. Relying on the free services of the local Citizens’ Advice Bureau is not going to cut it. Engaging a solicitor will probably be necessary. Funding on legal is very rare these days so checking if legal cover is included in any fully comprehensive home insurance is the first step.