When we have limited capacity to provide individual legal assistance, we take the following factors into consideration:
The list below includes examples of legal issues that are not disability-related. If you click on the link you will be taken to a post which provides some information about how to find assistance for that type of legal issue.
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If you need help to work through an issue you are having, it may be helpful to talk to a disability advocate.
If there is a legal matter that is a part of the issue you are having, the Disability Advocate can work with you to contact our Telephone Advice Service for some information about how to resolve it. Sometimes we work with Disability Advocates to resolve these issues for their clients.
If you need legal information or advice, you can look into whether your local Community Legal Centre (CLC) can assist you. You can find more information about how to find a CLC here.
You can also Contact Victoria Legal Aid. Their details are here, including details of their legal advice line.