Law Centres

Kingston and Richmond Law Centre (part of South West London Law Centres)

Address:
Ground Floor
Siddeley House
50 Canbury Park Road
Kingston Upon Thames
KT2 6LX

Telephone: 020 8767 2777
Email: kingston@swllc.org
Website: http://www.swllc.org

Region

London & South East

Catchment area

Kingston and Richmond (London). The other branches are located in Croydon, Wandsworth, Merton and Sutton. SWLLC can only assist people who live, work or study in Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth.

General information

Kingston and Richmond Law Centre forms part of a network of Law Centres which cover the South West of London (South West London Law Centres).

Areas of law covered

• Community Care
• Debt
• Employment
• Family
• Housing
• Welfare Benefits
• Consumer
• Immigration
• Crime
• General
• Motoring Offences
• Personal Injury
• Small Claims
• Wills and Probate

Opening hours

Facility: Monday: 10am - 4pm; Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 5.30pm Telephone: Monday - Friday: 9.30am - 5pm

Other clinics information

SWLLC provides specialist legal advice and representation in: Community Care Debt Employment Housing Immigration Welfare Benefits - Upper Tribunal cases only You can also receive general, initial advice at one of the SWLLC evening clinics in the following areas of law: • Consumer • Crime • Employment • Family • General Contract • Housing (public/local authority) • Housing (private) • Immigration • Motoring offences • Personal injury • Small Claims • Wills and probate The Clinic offers one-off legal advice (but not representation) and is run on a drop-in, first-come first-served basis. You do not need to be eligible for legal aid. The Clinic can get very busy so we cannot guarantee that everyone will be seen. You may wish to arrive early but please note that doors do not open until 7pm.

Accessibility information

We can only assist people who live, work or study in Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth. • To see a solicitor or caseworker at the Law Centre you will need to be eligible for Legal Aid and to make an appointment by telephone. • Please contact the nearest Law Centre which covers the area of law you need. If they cannot help then contact any other Law Centre on this list covering that area of law. • We do not advise or act for landlords or employers.

Download daytime advice clinic schedule

Download evening advice clinic schedule