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Eligibility for legal Aid

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4 years 1 month ago #482438 by .Charles
Replied by .Charles on topic Re:Eligibility for legal Aid
The test to determine eligibility for legal aid is not easy to pass - less so fraudulently.

Since the almost complete removal of legal aid each application is checked out carefully to ensure the criteria is met.

The acting solicitor has a duty to inform the legal aid agency when the financial circumstances alter to ensure that legal aid eligibility can be reassessed.

There is not a lot you can do as you are not the recipient of the legal aid and you have as much say in the continuation of funding as I do.

That being said, if you have information that you believe will effect eligibility, you can send it to the solicitor who, as said above, has a duty to update the legal aid agency.


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