If you are a woman aged 16 years or over affected by violence or abuse, it might not be safe for you to call our helpline or have a legal surgery appointment with us. If you are in this situation and you are looking for a safe way to contact us, consider using our online contact form.
Please be aware that we will direct you to our other services if we consider that your enquiry is not suitable for our online advice service.
Urgent legal advice: due to response times, this service isn't suitable for urgent queries. For urgent legal advice, try calling our helpline and request an urgent legal appointment or find a solicitor using the Law Society of Scotland’s database.
This service is an alternative way to contact us for legal information/initial advice if you cannot call our helpline or make a legal surgery appointment for safety reasons.
There will be no trace of you having made contact with us in this way and we will work with you to find the best way to communicate.
Simply follow these steps:
Your safety is very important to us, so here are some things to consider before sending a form:
Women’s Aid has some tips on covering your tracks online.
This will depend on the issues you are dealing with.
It is not possible to give full or in-depth legal advice by email or text, but where we can we will give you initial advice and we will try to give you as much information as possible. You can also find useful information on our COVID-19 section and in our legal guides.
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