We do not conduct any “reserved legal activities”. This means that we do not conduct litigation. We can assist and support you as a McKenzie friend providing this is declared to the Court and permission is given by the Judge. Even if we act as a McKenzie Friend, we will still not conduct litigation for you or represent you. For more guidance, please see https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/JCO/Documents/Guidance/mckenzie-friends-practice-guidance-july-2010.pdf We can however appear in the Employment Tribunals for Employers as we are a HR consultancy. This is also not a reserved legal activity. We do not prepare any probate papers on your behalf or conduct any type of probate work other than to let you know how you can apply and direct you to the relevant applications that you will need to undertake yourself. We do not provide any assistance in relation to the transfer of land, property or conveyancing, of any type. We are not Notary Publics and provide no assistance in this regard. We also do not certify documents, administer Oaths or draft anything that may constitute a “deed”. If you are in doubt about what we can or cannot do, we would refer to you the Legal Services Act 2007, Sections 12-15 and Schedules 2 and 3 for the meaning of a “reserved legal activity”. The information provided on our website does not constitute legal advice but information that is widely available generally. We are not a Solicitor’s practice, nor do we hold ourselves out to be. We do not certify documents, nor are we regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.