Explains when you can use the public sector equality duty to challenge decisions or policies which discriminate against you, or put you at a disadvantage.
Where you can use a blue badge and how to display it properly to avoid getting a parking ticket
If you and your partner separate, you need to decide how to divide your home and your pension. You also need to divide possessions and money in bank accounts.
Explains how to use the public sector equality duty to challenge policies or decisions of a public authority which you think discriminate against you or put you at a disadvantage, by making an informal or formal complaint.
Links to the Age UK and Alzheimer's Society websites for information on when the NHS can pay for ongoing care, in a care home or your own home.
How you can contact Citizens Advice.
Legal help or going to court when you split from your partner can be expensive. Find out about legal aid and other ways to save money on legal costs.
What you can do if you can't get to your prepayment meter, can't top it up, or can't use it
Explains when a public authority can interfere with your human rights, to protect the rights of other people, or the interests of the wider community.
Find out when you can apply to have a bankruptcy cancelled (annulled) and how to do it.
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