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Womens Legal Advice Sa

Several organizations provide or organize free legal assistance. If an issue goes beyond counselling and minor help, costs may be incurred, or you may need to meet eligibility criteria (usually a resource test) to avoid or reduce these costs. For quick legal information, use our legal chat service, available Monday to Friday from 9am to 4.30pm. We can also help victims complete an application for legal aid or refer them to other services. Free legal advice is available to anyone in most legal cases. The role of the legal advisor is to identify the client`s problem, inform him of his rights and obligations and help him understand the actions that can be taken. The consultant can also write letters for clients if necessary. The Adelaide office has specialized legal advisors who can advise and assist you on certain matters relating to Centrelink. For professional reasons, legal advisers cannot give a second opinion if the case is already being handled by another lawyer.

However, we may be able to give general advice to solve a problem. Free and confidential telephone service for legal information We recognize the contributions of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous peoples who have worked tirelessly to identify and remove barriers to access to justice for women and children in this country where we all live and share. Family law and child custody advice is available to inmates by telephone and telephone. 24 Legal gives you quick and convenient access to reliable legal information written in simple English and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The free service covers more than 60 common areas of law and is particularly useful for legal issues that arise outside office hours. When you access a 24Legal theme, you will be asked to agree to a disclaimer and then enter your gender and zip code before being guided through common questions and answers. Callers in South Australia can use the Legal Helpline to contact the Adelaide office for the cost of a local call. For clients who are unable to attend an in-person appointment, a telephone consultation appointment can be made and all relevant documents can be emailed or faxed to us. For people residing in other regional areas, a telephone consultation appointment can be arranged by calling the Legal Helpline on 1300 366 424 and requesting advice by phone. One of our advisors will then contact you at the agreed time to discuss your problem.

Free and confidential legal advice, assistance, referral and representation Legal advice by telephone is available for advance information, advice and references. Advice is usually limited to a client`s fundamental legal rights and obligations in a particular situation. If the issue is too complex or time-consuming for a phone call, the client is offered an appointment at a Board office or is referred to other sources of support. The Commission employs both lawyers and paralegals as legal advisors. Paralegal`s employees come from a wide variety of fields and have a legal background. The advisory service deals with a wide range of legal and non-legal issues and clients are often referred to other service providers as appropriate. The Commission recognises the specific problems faced by victims of domestic violence and has taken steps to promote victims` access to services. Legal advice specializing in domestic violence is available to victims in legal cases involving domestic violence.

Appointments can be made by calling our legal helpline on 1300 366 424. Here are some examples of areas in which we can advise you: Our history dates back to 1994. Click here to read the WLSSA timeline. For people living in or near Mount Barker or Murray Bridge, the Commission des services juridiques offers a weekly appointment service for each of these locations. “I thank the hotline for saving my life from an abuser and giving me the facts I needed in an emergency to equip me to get out.” We take our mission, vision and values very seriously. Click here to find out what they are. If a victim needs advice and/or other practical support, including safe accommodation, they should call the Domestic Violence Helpline on 1800 800 098.