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The information contained in this website is not intended to provide you with legal or other professional advice. It is simply provided for general information. Where you would like legal advice the website is intended to help and encourage you to take specialist legal advice (without delay) from a qualified lawyer about your specific circumstances.
We have done our best to ensure the information contained on the website is correct and up to date. However, it may become inaccurate over time, perhaps due to changes in the law. We do not accept responsibility for mistakes or omissions or other errors. It is also likely that some of the information is a simplification of complex areas of law.
Therefore please do not place any reliance on the information given. If you do so this will be entirely at your own risk. Quality Solicitors Organisation Ltd (‘QS’) and all Smith Roddam Solicitors law firms, exclude all liability (to the extent permitted by law) for any losses suffered by you whether directly or indirectly as a result of or arising from your use of this website.
Please also note that the information contained is based on the laws of England and Wales, the laws and regulations will usually be different outside England and Wales.
Links to other websites are provided for your convenience. These are not operated or controlled by us. We cannot accept any responsibility for any losses or penalties incurred as a result of your use of any of the links.
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Barnardo’s is a charity registered in England and Scotland, nos. 216250 and SC037605. Barnardo’s name and logo are trademarks, owned by Barnardo’s, all unauthorised use of these is prohibited.
Each member firm also has its own complaints procedure. If you wish to make a complaint about a member firm or the legal advice received, please contact the firm which advised you directly.