The Co-operative group, a U.K.-based consumer co-operative spanning myriad industries, is putting into motion a plan to offer legal services through its network of banks, according to Legal Week.

The group has arranged a collaboration between two of its subsidiaries — Co-operative Legal Services (CLS) and Co-operative Financial Services (CFS) — months before the implementation of the U.K.’s Legal Services Act (LSA) in October.

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