Who We Are
We are a pro bono legal charity providing advice and support to those experiencing, or fleeing, domestic abuse
We are committed to providing free legal advice to domestic abuse victims
The Daisy Chain Project is a charity based in Worthing, West Sussex, UK with a UK-wide reach. They aim to help fight domestic violence by providing pro bono legal advice. The charity also wants to educate people about what constitutes domestic abuse, for example by writing a childrens’ book about domestic abuse.
We have own legal team, consisting of experienced, qualified, and fully regulated barristers and solicitors who offer free legal support to men and women experiencing, or fleeing, domestic abuse. They are regulated by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors Regulation Authority respectively, so you know we only work with the most trustworthy and experienced team.
This legal support is entirely voluntary and each member is passionate about supporting as many people as possible escape from vulnerable situations. Our advice and correspondence with you is entirely confidential; we will not share data with any other authority or service [i.e. police, social services] unless you request for us to do so on your behalf.
Our Mission & Vision.
What makes us different?
We are the UK’s only pro bono legal advice charity for domestic abuse victims.
Support for court cases
Our legal team can offer advice, support, and representation on matters such as; emergency ex parte injunctions, non-molestation orders, child contact in domestic abuse situations, and divorce in domestic abuse situations. This is for people who do not quality for Legal Aid as we recommend that if eligible, this is the better route. We do not assist with financial matters.
Advice around the law
Our very own legal team consists of qualified and regulated barristers and solicitors who offer free legal support to men and women experiencing, or fleeing, domestic abuse. Our correspondence with you is entirely confidential. We will not share data with any other authority or service (i.e, police, social services) unless you request for us to do so on your behalf. Our barristers and solicitors are regulated by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors Regulation Authority respectively.
We’ve created this website to serve as an education centre for all things surrounding domestic abuse law. We update it regularly but if you have a question that we haven’t answered, please send it to us and we’ll add it on as soon as we can. You can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet our team
Will you support the men and women who need legal advice?
All of our services are voluntary, but we need money to keep the gears moving.
Share your time, share your love for community
We currently accept volunteers to help us with client triage and drafting non-molestation order applications under supervision.