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Get access to legal documents and guides to help you with a variety of legal and consumer issues with DAS Householdlaw.

What is DAS Householdlaw?

DAS Householdlaw contains a range of regularly updated legal guides, document builders, interactive checklists and videos to help you with family, employment and consumer issues.

Whether you want to challenge an employment decision, apply for flexible working rights, contend a parking ticket or create a will, DAS Householdlaw has everything you need to get started.

DAS Householdlaw contains guides and legal templates for areas such as:

  • Wills and probate
  • Consumer rights
  • Property let
  • Divorce
  • Contesting parking tickets
  • Holiday and flight compensation
  • Neighbour disputes
  • Identity theft & fraud.

Legal advice helpline included

DAS Householdlaw also includes access to our legal advice and risk management helpline available 24/7 365 days a year*. So whether you’re facing a serious legal issue or just want to check something with our legal advisers, DAS is available to provide practical advice and clear next steps across a wide range of different legal areas.

How do I get started?

  1. Visit dashouseholdlaw.co.uk;
  2. Type your voucher code (found within your policy documentation) into the ‘voucher code’ text box and click Validate Voucher;
  3. Fill out your name and email address, create a password;
  4. Validate your email address by pressing the link in the confirmation email that you receive.

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*Advice on the laws of England and Wales can be provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Beyond this jurisdiction, or for very specialist legal matters, we will refer you to one of our specialist advisers. Specialist advice is provided 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public and bank holidays.

Whether you want to apply to your employer for flexible working rights or challenge a parking ticket DAS Householdlaw is a great place to start

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May 2021
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In the first part of our mini-series of Landlord and Tenant articles, we look at what to do prior to a tenancy.

June 2022
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July 2021
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Employers need to manage the risks to their employees of working at computers for long periods of time. DAS Law’s Bethan Mack explains.

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Consumer rights What you need to know about hospitality, Covid, and new Health and Safety rules

In light of Covid-19, health and safety rules have changed and venue owners, event organisers and attendees need to be up to speed.

June 2022
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Since the introduction of QOCS and the subsequent change to ATE premiums being payable by the client, solicitors have faced some challenges when the client is a minor.

July 2022
Family Children’s parties – when merriment turns to misery

What happens if things go wrong and someone is injured at a party? Are parents and guardians legally responsible for making sure the venue is safe?

July 2022
Employment issues Public transport strikes – your employment rights if you are unable to get to work

What happens if you can’t make it to work this week due to transport issues? Simon Roberts looks at some key legal facts.

July 2022
Employment issues What employers should do during a heatwave

What are an employer's obligations to employees when the weather gets too hot? Lewys Traylor gives the lowdown.

July 2022
Family How your dog could get you in trouble with the law

What are the legal rights of pet owners and those who are fed up with other people’s nuisance pets?

March 2022
Agricultural How to keep your workers safe during Farm Safety Week

Mark Woodman, Solicitor at DAS Law, looks at what farmers are legally required to do to keep both themselves and their workers safe.

July 2021
Running a business How to make business decisions ‘virtually’

The Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing bought into sharp focus the need for all organisations to consider their decision making processes.

January 2021