Whether your enquiry relates to family, consumer, property law and more, our legal helpline can help provide advice and signposting.
Our comprehensive legal support services for individuals are provided by Law Express, the UK’s leading legal advice specialist.
Children, marriage, divorce and living together
This section helps understand the legal frame work of cohabiting and civil partnerships; the arrangements involving finances and/or children during separation or divorce; options such as injunctions and court orders against domestic violence and more.
Employment, dismissal and grievance
An employer-employee relationship is not always plain sailing, but all employees have a right to be treated fairly in the workplace. This section covers basic statutory rights as an employee; procedures for redundancy and dismissal; grievance procedures; advice on gender recognition and more.
Goods and services
Know your rights when you encounter issues with purchasing goods and services such as how to recover money from an individual or a business, issues with builders or other tradesman, rights when buying used motor vehicles and more.
Understanding motoring offences procedures, your rights when buying a used car, how and when to challenge an unfair parking ticket issued by an official body such as councils and the police, or private parking companies.
A personal injury claim can arise as a result of a traffic accident, injury suffered at work, as the result of a medical procedure (referred to as medical negligence), accidents on holiday, tripping accidents and even some sports injuries.
Property, neighbours and landlord
Know and understand your rights and obligations as both a tenant and as a landlord; your statutory rights as a leaseholder; dealing with builders, neighbours and the variety of taxes you might encounter as a homeowner.
Wills, probate and powers of attorney
This section covers a variety of topics that relate to managing estates if someone passes away, as well as financial affairs or health and welfare of an individual if they are otherwise unable to manage these themselves. We also explain how to make a will and the common myths you may encounter.
Your questions answered
Who is eligible for support?
CABA supports past and present members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW)1, ACA students2, ICAEW
Are your services means tested?
Most of CABA's services are not means tested, however, we will consider someone’s income if financial assistance is required.
I am an accountant, but not a member of ICAEW, can you still help?
Our services are available to past and present ICAEW members, their carers and their families.
CABA has supported me in the past; will I be able to receive support from CABA again?
We understand that circumstances change. If you have received advice and support from us in the past there are no time limits or restrictions preventing you from receiving support from us again.