Making a Complaint
Making a complaint
Before we can help with your complaint, we normally ask that you:
- Have already complained to the service provider (the firm, solicitor, advocate, commercial attorney or licensed conveyancer) and allowed them at least 28 days to provide a full response. We will ask you for copies of your complaint and the response.
- Know the dates the provider was working for you when the problem occurred, and the dates that you made the complaint to them. This is because you need to make your complaint within certain strict time limits - find out more about time limits here.
- Provide us with your contact information including an email address, if you have one.
- Have consented to us disclosing information which you provide to us, to allow us to comply with our statutory obligations.
If you would like advice about how to make your complaint, call us on 0131 201 2130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also send you a paper copy of the complaint form if you prefer to make your complaint in writing.
If you require assistance to complete a complaint form, please tell us and we will be able to help you.
Our 'Making a complaint' leaflet explains how to make a complaint and has the answers to frequently asked questions. You can view this leaflet as PDF or as a 'flipbook' below.
Information on how to make a complaint is also available in Arabic, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu here.
Making a complaint leaflet (PDF 450 KB)