We do not usually charge clients a fee for our services. When we talk with you, we will ask you about your situation because we aim to provide services to people who are financially disadvantaged. Sometimes we will charge costs like a court fee or the cost of obtaining a report to help you access your rights.
No. We need to know your name to deliver services to you.
We are a not-for-profit organisation and we work closely with our community. We can sometimes help people who are not eligible for Legal Aid. We also provide community legal education and advocate for law reforms that will benefit our community.
We are a Community Legal Centre. Community Legal Centres and Legal Aid both provide legal help to socially and economically disadvantaged people.
We can sometimes represent clients at courts or tribunals – it will depend on the availability of a solicitor and the kind of legal help you need.
- your income
- where you live
- whether we can provide advice on the area of law you need help with.