Hull Advice and the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) provide free, quality, independent and confidential welfare and legal advice to residents of Hull. We provide assistance with a range of topics including -
family - help if you need access to children, want residency of children, if your relationship is breaking down, if you are experiencing domestic violence, or need advice on fostering or adoption
housing - help with rent and mortgage arrears, if you are threatened with eviction, if you are living in a rented house in a poor state of repair, are being harassed by a landlord or face homelessness. We may be able to represent you in court
employment - help if you are owed wages or have had wages unfairly deducted, if you have been unfairly dismissed, or if you have been made redundant
immigration - help if you are seeking asylum, if you need help to bring family members to the UK, or if you need to remain in the country for work
welfare benefits - help if you are confused about your benefits, need advice, or want to challenge a decision
community care - help if you are looking for advice on sheltered accommodation or need accommodation modified due to a disability, if you need a care assessment or want to challenge a decision, if you are disabled and need to allow a carer to access your finances, or if you are a young carer looking after a family member
debt - help you to manage your debts and in some cases write them off or make payments that are affordable for you. We can also assist with bankruptcy and DROs (Debt Relief Orders)
We can also provide help and guidance with filling out forms for some benefit entitlements.
Hull Advice and Citizens Advice Bureau The Wilson Centre Customer Service Centre Hull City Council Alfred Gelder Street Hull HU1 2AG
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