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  1. One-off court decisions

    From: Dosh

    If you need to make a one-off decision about something and do not have capacity to do this, you may need to apply to a court to allow someone else to decide for you. For example, if you are moving into a new home, you will usually have to sign a tenancy...

  2. Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA)

    From: Voiceability

    IMCAs work with people who have been assessed as lacking capacity and who do not have family or friends who are appropriate to speak up for them. We work with people who are facing decisions being made around serious medical treatment or changes in long-term...

  3. Initial Assessment

    From: Haringey Law Centre

    Our centre is open Monday Wednesday and Friday, 10:00am to 1:00pm for a drop-in session, whereby clients can visit, without an appointment for an initial assessment. This initial assessment allows us to get basic details of the legal matter at hand and...

  4. Haringey Migrant Support Centre

    From: Haringey Migrant Support Centre

    At the Haringey Migrant Support Centre we provide: Advice on immigration, housing and welfare issues Health advice and help in accessing NHS services Advocacy services and practical support The Centre is open for triage only every Monday (except bank...

  5. Legal Advice Clinic

    From: Mary Ward Legal Centre

    The Mary Ward Legal Centre runs weekly general legal advice clinics for people on a low income and no capital. These sessions take place in the evening and are run by volunteer lawyers from various firms giving their time to us for free. The clinics cover...

  6. Monthly drop-in

    From: Headway North London

    Every second Tuesday 1 - 4pm, in addition to both the IT session and the monthly evening support group, Headway runs an drop-in session offering legal and financial advice and signposting. This session offers the opportunity to seek answers to more complex...

  7. Modern Arbitration

    From: Centre for Justice

    How Modern Arbitration works Modern arbitration combines arbitration and mediation. It is non-adversarial. The parties are offered help to find a solution through mediation, and if no agreement is reached, the arbitrator looks into the issues and decides...

  8. Deputies

    From: Court of Protection and Power of Attorney - Office of the Public Guardian

    You can apply to become someone’s deputy if they ‘lack mental capacity’ - this means they can’t make a decision for themselves at the time it needs to be made. They may still be able to make decisions for themselves at certain times. People may lack mental...

  9. Haringey Advice Partnership

    From: Citizens Advice Haringey

    We assist the people the people who live , study or work in Haringey by giving information, guidance and advice in housing, benefits, debt, employment, family, education and consumer issues We will aim to provide you to make decisions by giving you the...

  10. legal housing advice and floating support for LGBT People

    From: Stonewall Housing

    Stonewall Housing offers free legal housing advice and floating support for LGBT people of all ages through a daily helpline and drop-in surgeries as well as through advocacy case management and support of up to a year, funded through the London Councils...

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