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South Australia Legal Aid

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. A free 24-hour service is also available and covers more than 60 common areas of law. Individuals have free access to legal information from the South Australian Legal Services Commission (the Commission). The Commission provides legal aid when people need specific legal advice and cannot afford to be represented by a private lawyer. Persons applying for legal aid must apply on the basis of their circumstances, including income and property. The Centre for Consumer Credit Law provides specialized legal advice, financial advice and legal representation in financial matters, including debts, bankruptcies and mortgage tensions and redemptions. Community legal centres provide legal assistance from community sites in rural and metropolitan areas of South Australia. The centres may provide general and specialized legal services, including: Free legal advice – Legal Services Commission of South Australia South Australia`s Legal Aid Strategy 2022-2025 (PDF, 7.9 MB) outlines the Government`s commitment to help vulnerable people who are disadvantaged, cannot afford private legal services, and who cannot access legal solutions and the court system and treat effectively employ them to solve their legal problems. The Attorney General`s Office provides legal and judicial services to the South Australian Government and the Community in accordance with the Legal Assistance Strategy 2022-2025.

An action plan is being developed in consultation with South Australia`s legal aid sector, which sets out specific activities, projects, initiatives and reforms to achieve the key priorities set out in the strategy. Legal information can help you find the best solution to your legal problem. Visit our self-help legal information page for a list of websites where you can find simple legal information. W: www.lawsocietysa.asn.au/LSSA/Community/Advisory_Service.aspx. T: 1300 366 424 (legal helpline) or (08) 8111 5555 Contact your nearest Community Legal Centre (CLC) to: Free advice and representation at hearings (coordinated by the Commission des services juridiques) via: Call 1300 366 424 or Legal Chat for your invitation Information about the law can be found in our publications, the Law Handbook and 24Legal. Environmental Defenders` Office (SA branch) (08) 8359 2222 or 1800 337 566 (toll-free) In cases before the District and Supreme Court of South Australia and the Federal and Federal Circuit Court: Location: Adelaide Law School, Ligertwood Building, University of Adelaide North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000 Legal fees are determined by what a person can reasonably afford. Women`s Legal Service (SA) (08) 8231 8929 or 1800 655 037 T: 1300 366 424 or (08) 8229 0200 to make an appointment Criminal lawyer (judge and juvenile court) Contact a specialized community legal center (most have admission guidelines). Domestic Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA) (08) 8641 2195 A mandatory lawyer may be available at the hearing in family law matters, including domestic violence cases, to: .

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