Castle Park Solicitors is the 1st charity-owned law firm in UK. We offer specialist services in Family Law and Immigration Law. Castle Park Solicitors is the first law firm owned by the charity, Community Advice and Law Service (CALS).
CALS provides free advice and representation to the residents of Leicester and Leicestershire in money matters, debt, and housing law. All profits from Castle Park Solicitors will go to CALS to support the free advice and representation to continue. At Castle Park Solicitors we specialise in Family Law, Employment Law and Immigration Law. We also offer Family Mediation and Family Collaborative Law Services. All of our lawyers are experienced in their fields of law. There have been severe cuts to legal aid since April 2013 and we are trying to keep our prices at affordable rates to enable those that are most disadvantaged to be able to access legal advice. We offer fixed fees, pay as you go services "unbundling" as well as competitive hourly rates. For those on benefit income we offer the Access to Justice Package. Please check our website at www.castleparksolicitors.co.uk
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The Immigration team from Castle Park Solicitors are now providing their service through Community Advice and Law Service (CALS). Free initial appointments available and Immigration updates will be provided on the new page.
Immigration Advice at Community Advice and Law Service - CALS
The Immigration advice service previously being provided by Castle Park Solicitors is now being offered by the same team through the Community Advice and Law Service (CALS). Please like and follow our page.
Please contact us for a free initial appointment to see how we can assist with your immigration matter.
Please note that CALS also offer free advice on welfare benefits, housing and debt as well as free support services such as form filling.
Please call our offices on 0116 242 1120 to see how we can help!
With regret, a decision has been made to close Castle Park Solicitors. The office at 20 Millstone Lane will close on Friday 31 August.
We are delighted to be able to tell you that the immigration service currently provided however will continue to be delivered by our existing solicitor, Louise Koch, directly through the Community Advice and Law Service (CALS) (the charity owner of Castle Park Solicitors).
The immigration service will move to its new premises from 1st September 2018. You will therefore be able to continue to access our immigration advice service by contacting us at:
Community Advice and Law Service
1st Floor, Epic House
Leicester LE1 3SH
Telephone: 0116 242 1120
Email: [email protected]
If you require any further information with regard to this change, please do contact us on the details above.
Calling young people from migrant/ refugee backgrounds! Coram's Young Citizens and National Theatre projects are recruiting. Sign up now and be part of fun workshops to develop your voice, gain new skills and share experiences: https://www.coram.org.uk/youngpeoplesprojects Do share
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The unmarried partner of a British citizen who returns to the UK having resided in another EU country does have rights under EU law, the Court of Justice of the European Union has today in the case of C‑89/17 Banger v UK. The court also finds that if such a person is refused, he or she is entitled to a proper investigation of the factual basis of the case. http://ow.ly/o4nz30kWd8o
St Peter's Highfields
Highfields Fun and Food starts this Monday. Throughout the holiday, on Monday and Thursday, we have free activities (and food) from 11.45. Please arrive on time to ensure we cook enough food for you.
LCS are running from 23 July on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
[06/27/18] Due to a burst water main, our offices will be closed today. We hope to be up and running as normal tomorrow. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Graeme Coy tells us why he backs no fault divorce.
theguardian.com Call comes as inquiry begins into charges that soared under hostile environment policy
theguardian.com Since 1993, one group has kept a tally of all the migrants and refugees who died trying to reach Europe. To mark World Refugee Day, we look at what it tells us about the defining crisis of our times
itv.com Refugee Week begins on June 18 and runs until June 24. The festival has been celebrating the contributions, resilience and creativity of refugees for 20 years. There are all sorts of events happening across the Midlands, from film screenings and photography exhibitions, to theatre and arts. Find out...
Leicester Cathedral will be hosting the opening night of the Suspended arts display on the 20th June.
Arabella Dorman’s work features hundreds of pieces of discarded clothing from refugees when they arrived on the island of Le**os; the poignant display sees the clothes hanging in a state of limbo - a powerful reminded of the experiences of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict and misery.
More details in the link below!
How far can you travel in 20 words? Get together and get poetic at school, work or in your community + be part of the Simple Acts movement for Refugee Week 2018. More info here: http://refugeeweek.org.uk/simple-acts/2-write-a-20-word-poem/
#Digitalskills can help you keep in touch with #friends and #family. Find out more at our #Digital Tasters, Russell will be running them every week 10am - 12pm at a library in Leicestershire. He'll be at #Loughborough (Tuesdays), #Hinckley (Wednesdays) and #Coalville (Fridays)
Leicester City Council
#UniversalCredit from Department for Work and Pensions - DWP is coming to #Leicester in June. Find out what it is and if it affects you...
Want to discuss an immigration application? Come for a free initial appointment with one of our solicitors - call 0116 344 0050 to arrange
freemovement.org.uk A new service delivered by outsourcing firm Sopra Steria will see supporting information processed at local libraries rather than people having to post it in with their visa application.
Want to find out more about divorce? Need to talk things through with a solicitor to help you decide your future? Come to our free drop in today 2pm till 4pm - no appointment necessary. 20 millstone lane, le1 5jn
theguardian.com The current process for ending a marriage is demeaning and painful. Owens’s experience of a contested divorce shows it’s time to overhaul the law
bbc.co.uk At 28, Magid Magid is Sheffield's youngest ever Lord Mayor and the first Somali to hold the post.
Interested in finding out your rights if you choose to go ahead with a divorce? Call in for a free appointment with our family solicitor Alison Lewis
hansard.parliament.uk Hansard (the Official Report) is the edited verbatim report of proceedings of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Daily Debates from Hansard are published on this website the next working day.
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