Free legal advice available in France

If you are in any situation where you may need to get involved in legal proceedings, there are ways to get at least some initial advice for free.

Every department in France has a Conseil départemental de l’accès au droit (CDAD), a body made up of legal professionals, local politicians and associations, and its aim is to make sure everyone has access to the law.

It organises places and times for you to meet a legal expert who can explain your rights and duties, ...

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