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Information on the various legal professions and their networks dealing with justice matters.
This section aims to fill the information gap which might be experienced when confronted with judicial proceedings.
The right to legal aid allows those who do not have sufficient financial resources to meet the costs of a court case or legal representation. Legal aid systems exist in all Member States of the European Union (EU) in both civil and criminal proceedings.
Disputes can be solved without going to court. You can also consider an alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) techniques such as mediation if you are unable to settle the dispute by yourself.
Various information pages pertaining to EU citizens' rights
People move and businesses expand increasingly beyond national borders using the opportunities offered by open borders and the Single European Market. Under such circumstances, facilitating access to official and trusted documents and information to vendors, creditors, business partners and consumers is necessary to enhance transparency and legal certainty throughout the EU.
This section provides a brief overview of existing glossaries and multilingual "thesaurus" at European level.
ATLAS Civil - introduction