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L4L to launch legal advice service at Expo

Lawyer for Life, a membership only company offering free lifetime legal advice for a one-off fee, will be launching its service to brokers and IFAs at the Business Mortgage Expo.

L4L will be talking to brokers about becoming agents and offering the service to their clients. L4L offers free lifetime legal advice for 1,995, and brokers who refer clients will earn a fee.

1,995, believes that everyone should be able to access legal advice at any time without worrying about the cost.


A spokesman for L4L says: “Many people shy away from seeking legal advice because they think it is going to be expensive.

“The law was never designed to be only for those with money and yet many do not seek advice that could make all the difference to their future.

“Every home should have access to legal advice at any time. For home owners who are in the process of moving home, this is a great opportunity to take up the L4L service by paying the premium in their mortgage, with no solicitors costs apart from disbursements for their conveyancing.”

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