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FindLaw Announces New Legal Information Site for the United Kingdom

By Nerissa Sardi on July 19, 2010 9:30 AM

FindLaw has launched a new UK website for consumers and small businesses; http://findlaw.co.uk provides helpful legal information, a community, consumer legal news, and help finding qualified attorneys (Solicitors). The new site extends FindLaw's global brand and provides content and offerings similar to the popular U.S.-based FindLaw.com.

FindLaw.co.uk is based on UK law and offers a one-stop online resource to help visitors address common legal life events and issues. Popular UK legal topics include:

  • Buying or Selling Property
  • Living Online
  • Drunk Driving (called drink driving in the UK)
  • Victim of Crime
  • Starting a Business
  • Tips for Hiring a Solicitor
  • and Job Loss

FindLaw UK provides those who need legal representation with a way to find qualified solicitors in partnership with Contact Law (http://contactlaw.co.uk). Contact Law is a FindLaw-owned business based in the United Kingdom offering a free service that connects those with a need for legal assistance with one of 5,000 pre-screened solicitors located across the U.K including England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

In addition to several thousand easy to read articles on popular legal topics, FindLaw UK is also home to The Solicitor blog (https://blogs.findlaw.com/solicitor); providing up-to-the-minute, helpful news and quick how-to guides on legal topics facing UK residents. The FindLaw.co.uk community (http://community.co.uk) allows those with basic legal questions to interact with others and find answers or information.

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