UK sources of legal advice

Advice UK

AdviceUK is the UK’s largest support network for free, independent advice centres. AdviceUK was formed in 1979 as the Federation of Independent Advice Centres (FIAC).  As a UK-wide organisation AdviceUK is a key member of the Advice Services Alliance. Our diverse membership places us in a unique position to influence Government departments and other bodies.

Gender recognition act guidance

These explanatory notes relate to the Gender Recognition Act which received Royal Assent on 1 July 2004. They have been prepared by the Department for Constitutional Affairs to assist the reader in understanding the Act. They do not form part of the Act and have not been endorsed by Parliament. 2.The notes need to be read in conjunction with the Act. They are not, and are not meant to be, a comprehensive description of the Act. So where a section or part of a section does not seem to require any explanation or comment, none is given

Information on the Gender Recognition Panel (GRP)

The Gender Recognition Panel was established under the Gender Recognition Act 2004 to assess applications from transsexual people for legal recognition in their acquired gender.   This website, ran by HM Courts and Tribunal Service provides details on the panel, application process and frequently asked questions

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