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Helping the public


The Legal Ombudsman is an independent and impartial scheme set up to help resolve legal service disputes. Our service is free. When we receive complaints, we will look at the facts in each case and weigh-up the comments from both you and your service provider. Use this section to learn more about: making a complaint to us; our rules; how we resolve complaints; and how to complain to your service provider.

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Helping service providers


We help a broad range of professions to improve complaint handling processes and avoid complaints arising in the first place. We have specialist teams available to assist legal services and claims management companies. Use this section to learn more about: dealing with a first tier complaint; our rules; how we resolve complaints; and how to work with us during investigations.

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    The House of Commons has today approved a motion to appoint Chief Legal Ombudsman Kathryn Stone as Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards. Kathryn will continue to do her duties at...

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    The Office for Legal Complaints(OLC) has welcomed a tailored review that notes significant progress and encourages efforts to increase feedback to frontline regulators. The Tailored Reviews of the Legal...

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