Legal Aid Lawyers

Latta & Co solicitors – Legal Aid Lawyers based in Glasgow and providing legal services throughout Scotland.

Legal services can be very expensive especially where a case involves a lawyers attendance at court. The Scottish Legal Aid Board provides legal aid for those individuals who cannot afford to pay lawyers to provide them with advice or representation.

Our legal aid lawyers can assess your eligibility for legal aid in all forms of cases based on Scots Law. This includes Criminal proceedings, Children’s Hearings, Immigration and Asylum Claims, Judicial Review, Family Law cases, divorces, Children’s law cases, Personal Injury, Human Rights claims, evictions and repossessions, and contract disputes.

Children’s Legal Aid is available for Children’s Hearings, Social Work referral cases and appeals against Children’s Hearings decisions. The Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 provides a system for the provision of legal aid to children and parents and our Legal Aid lawyers are part of the Children’s Hearing duty scheme.

Civil Legal Aid is available in the form of legal aid advice and assistance for our Legal Aid lawyers to provide clients with legal services before their case gets to court. This includes Family Law disputes, Personal Injury, Evictions and Repossessions, Immigration and Asylum, Mental Health issues, Human Rights claims and contract disputes, If the matter cannot be resolved reasonably and the case has to be heard by a court our Legal Aid lawyers make applications for clients to the Scottish Legal Aid Board for Civil Legal Aid.

Criminal Legal Aid is available both for advice and representation at court hearings. With the support of legal aid we can provide advice to clients before they are formally interviewed by the police; we can appear with clients from custody and we can defend them at trials.

For an appointment with one of our Legal Aid Lawyers please contact us on 0141 222 2185 or by email:

Legal Aid is available to individuals only and not to companies or organisations. It is available in cases involving a matter of Scots Law.



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