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ABOUT

Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau has been providing advice and information to the people of Aberdeen for over 70 years.

Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau gives all clients free, confidential, impartial and independent advice on a wide range of subjects, including:

  • Benefits: questions about entitlements, support  with applications and appeals against unfair decisions

  • Debt advice: how to manage your debts, improve your financial situation and maximize your income (the debt service is funded for people living in Aberdeen City only)

  • Work-related problems: questions about terms and conditions, dismissal, redundancy, intimidation and unfair dismissal

  • Immigration: from EU workers to asylum seekers

  • Consumer Issues everything from broken kettles to difficulties with gas and electricity suppliers

  • Relationships: issues relating to splitting up, children, and bereavement

  • Housing: your rights

 

For issues with homelessness and eviction clients should contact Shelter

ABOUT

Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau has been providing advice and information to the people of Aberdeen for over 70 years.

Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau gives all clients free, confidential, impartial and independent advice on a wide range of subjects, including:

  • Benefits: questions about entitlements, support  with applications and appeals against unfair decisions

  • Debt advice: how to manage your debts, improve your financial situation and maximize your income (the debt service is funded for people living in Aberdeen City only)

  • Employment: questions about terms and conditions, dismissal, redundancy, intimidation and unfair dismissal

  • Immigration: from EU workers to asylum seekers

  • Consumer Issues: everything from broken kettles to difficulties with gas and electricity suppliers

  • Relationships: issues relating to splitting up, children, and bereavement

  • Housing: your rights

 

For issues with homelessness and eviction clients should contact Shelter