Call 1300 366 611 - Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm. Everyone can receive free legal advice from our telephone advice service.
If you need advice on a legal issue you may attend clinic at one of our four offices and speak to a lawyer. This service is free and available to everyone.
What to expect when going to court and how our lawyers can help you. Find out about our duty lawyer service at the Magistrates Court and the Family Court.
Legal Representation is normally provided for family law, family violence, criminal law, mental health and disability matters. If you need advice on a civil matter then call 1300 366 611 to find out more.
To apply for legal aid, you must see a lawyer. You may see a private lawyer or one of our lawyers. Call 1300 366 611 to find out more.
This Scheme provides a lawyer for people who are unrepresented and have been banned from cross-examination in the Family Law Courts.
Family dispute resolution conferences aim to resolve family law disputes at an early stage.
The family advocacy and support service (FASS) is a free service providing assistance to families with family law matters who have been affected by family violence.
This program involves a range of services working together, to protect and support victims of family violence, including young people and children.
This service provides free information, advice and assistance to older people on legal issues. We provide specialist services to help protect the rights of older Tasmanians from abuse.
Our lawyers can advise and represent you at Mental Health Tribunal and Guardianship and Administration Board hearings.
Our lawyers can advise and represent you when appealing a decision of the National Disability Insurance Agency at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
You can use the National Relay Service to call our free legal advice line.
We will arrange an interpreter for you free of charge. This is available when telephoning our legal advice line or when attending our clinic advice sessions.
A series of short animations about how you can phone a lawyer, get legal representation, come in and see a lawyer, see a duty lawyer and our community education program.
Our office locations and contact details. Come and see us at one of our four offices in Burnie, Devonport, Hobart or Launceston.