Welcome to 3C Legal Services Limited

At 3C Legal Services Limited, our mission is to look after your interests in the UK and beyond. We offer expert advice and representation in legal and business matters within various disciplines.

We are a legal Support Services Company providing support services to the legal profession, Government Departments, Local Government Departments, Organisations, Companies and Individuals.

Where appropriate we work with case Management Firms, Independent Financial Services Groups, Accountants, Notaries, Solicitors, Barristers, Charities, Unincorporated Groups, Local Authorities, Tax Advisers, Book keepers, Mortgage Brokers and a variety of businesses and of course most importantly personal clients.

We provide and emergency service business and will respond to urgent matters outside normal working hours and during night time and evenings.

We provide these services throughout the UK and beyond

No matter is beyond us.

If it is, we will recommend you to a specialist.

Privacy and your Personal Information

Your personal information is important, all aspects of your information and records are held by us.

Why do we collect information?

We keep comprehensive and accurate personal records for our clients, in order to provide high quality advice, in some cases we are required to keep them to maintain professional records.

We may also use your personal information to manage our products and services, and to keep you up to date with new products and services offered, unless you have asked us not to.

What type of information do we collect?

In order to provide you with excellent services, we keep records about your :-

  • Personal Details, Name, Address, Contact Details
  • Appointments
  • Advice

How do we use your information?

When we collect personal information from you, we use it to help us keep in contact with you for things like appointments, and any work that is required in connection with the matter.

How long do we keep your information?

We retain your personal information, only for so long as we need to use it.

In certain instances, such as Probate administration, we are obliged to keep the records for twelve years.

How do we look after your information?

The security of your information is important to us, and we treat it very seriously.

Your information is not accessible to the public, and only authorised members of staff have access to it.

Our computer systems are secure, with all appropriate security measures applied.

All staff receive regular training and updates on how to handle personal information.

All staff are bound by a legal duty to keep your personal information confidential.


We may need to share your information with other organisations such as: –

  • Courts
  • District Probate Registry
  • HM Revenue and Customs
  • Other parties in connection with the disputes

In certain circumstances, or when required to by law or in a Court order, personal data may have to be disclosed to someone not connected with your case.

Access to your Records.

You have rights to have access to your information and to ask us to rectify, erase and restrict use of your information.

You can also have a copy of the information if you wish.

We will provide copies within thirty days of the request being made.

If we need a little longer (if the request is complicated or there is not a lot of information to find), we will let you know, and give you an estimated time when we can complete your request.

You also have the right to object to your information being used, and to ask for the transfer made available to us.

Please note however, in certain circumstances this will restrict our ability to do work for you, or in a case of administration of estate, delay or suspend that administration.

If you would like to exercise these rights, we have simple forms available which will help you, and help us identify the information more easily.

Keeping us up to date.

It is important that during your matter, we have up to date information in your personal record.

Out of date or Incorrect information, could potentially lead to mistakes being made in your matter.

If any of your circumstances, such as a change of address occurs, please tell us as soon as possible.

On some occasions, we will ask you to confirm your details so that we have up to date records, if you are unable to provide up to date records we may ask people who accompany you, such as your relatives in certain matters.

Data Protection Contracts.

If you have any questions, comments, complaints or suggestions about this information, or about any other concerns about the way we process information about you, please contact us at

Tel: 01684 291469

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