Experiencing problems when it comes to your home and welfare can have a devastating effect on your life and the lives of your family. Osbornes have one of the largest, most specialised social welfare legal teams in London. The department predominantly acts for tenants, both private and council and takes cases involving housing, welfare benefits and community care.
Our team has particular experience in helping individuals who are experiencing problems with their local authority. In addition to local authority tenants we act for housing association tenants, leaseholders, private tenants and the homeless to resolve housing issues. We assist people with a wide range of needs and from all backgrounds.
The team regularly undertakes Judicial Review applications across these areas in order to get results for our clients.
The department has a public funding contract and is able to offer advice to those clients who qualify under the scheme. We also offer clients alternative funding methods for those who do not qualify for public funding.
5 reasons why you should choose social welfare and housing solicitors at Osbornes:
Are you an EU National unsure of your legal position in the UK since Brexit? Housing and social care lawyer, William Ford, can help. Osbornes are offering a fixed fee meeting to advise on your right to reside at this present time. William has a particular interest in cases with an EU law or immigration element. He has been specifically recognised for understanding the links between immigration status and housing. To arrange a meeting contact us on 020 7485 8811 or fill in our online form.
Since April 2013 public funding is no longer available for welfare benefit appeals. We may be able to offer fixed fee advice in relation to welfare benefits. To speak with us on a confidential basis about your housing and social care issue contact us now by calling us or filling in our online enquiry form
You will be put through to a member of housing and social care team who will ask you specific details about then issue you are facing. We will then be able to advice you on whether or not we can take any action on your behalf.