Parents of disabled children might well need to seek legal advice at some stage in their lives for a whole host of reasons. The child may have been injured, may not be getting the educational support to which they are entitled, or they may even need representation at a police station. There will also likely be a need to consider making a will and other financial arrangements for their child.
Identifying and approaching a solicitor for legal help can be one of the more daunting prospects for families and carers of children with a disability. The choice of your solicitor is critically important. This guide is intended to make that approach as straightforward as possible.
First published 2013. This edition 2017. Review date 2019.