Yass Legal Aid

With a holistic approach, Legal Aid of North Carolina provides free legal aid when people need it most, because everyone deserves a lawyer when their home, health, or livelihood is at stake. Our legal team is committed to working with our promised services to provide holistic service options to MLC`s clients. For example, our legal teams receive direct referrals from our Macarthur Women`s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (MWDVCAS). These clients are usually served by lawyers with expertise in the areas of domestic violence, family law, and care and protection. When it comes to ongoing cases, we often work with MWDVCAS staff to achieve the best possible legal and social outcomes for our clients. Inadequate funding for legal aid by federal, state and territory governments will be the focus of a meeting of aid agencies in Adelaide. Our free legal advice is available to residents of the Campbelltown, Camden, Wollondilly, Wingecarribee, Goulburn, Upper Lachlan Shire and Yass Valley LGAs. We may also be able to advise you if your local legal centre is unable to assist you (please call us to confirm eligibility). of low-income families will have at least one civil law problem per year.

NC Legal Aid`s team of lawyers, paralegals, social workers, staff and volunteers are dedicated, hard-working and resourceful. But they can`t do it alone. They need your support to increase their service and support capacity. However, we are pleased to offer remote legal briefings via audio-visual or telephone conference. For example, if you would like us to provide your community group/organization with information about our service (or a presentation on a specific legal topic), we would like a lawyer to attend one of your team meetings via ZOOM, Microsoft Teams, AVL-Link, or by phone. Please contact us for more information. Our goal is to provide professional and friendly legal advice, and we pride ourselves on our ability to find clear and understandable solutions to your legal problems. If we are able to help you with your legal issue, our admissions staff will record your details and a lawyer will call you back for legal advice at the earliest opportunity. If we are unable to help you, we will refer you to someone who can.

Our goal is to use legal and policy processes to promote a social justice agenda and work towards more equitable legal and social outcomes for the most disadvantaged members of our community. We frequently prepare submissions in response to government requests and also participate in advocacy activities conducted by national and state networks of community law centers in the areas of domestic violence, care and protection, family law, juvenile law, and elder law. “But as things stand, legal aid commissions can only help the poorest and only in certain cases. In addition to our regular legal services, we offer community legal education workshops to community groups and service providers, and conduct law reform activities to address systemic inequities affecting our clients. If you have applied for legal aid and would like to check the status of your application, you can contact the Scholarship Department on 02 9219 5880. Our lawyers provide free advice, information and recommendations to ALL residents and service providers in the Macarthur area of New South Wales and targeted legal aid for low-income and significantly disadvantaged people. “The general perception is that legal aid exists to provide legal representation when a person is too poor to afford a lawyer. Our legal team strives to provide the community with a wide range of legal services offered in a diverse, innovative and collaborative manner. “Too many poor Australians are already without legal aid because government funding is far too low,” Canny said. We believe in being part of the community we serve, which is why our lawyers also offer in-person legal sessions at various local locations in the Macarthur area. If you would like an in-person session, but are unable to make it to our Campbelltown centre, you can contact the outreach centre of your choice to make an appointment.

Learn more about our outreach services. Since 2020, demand for our services has exploded, demonstrating the critical need for civilian representation in every city and community in North Carolina. “The means test is now so strict that some people who are entitled to a pension or social benefits are not entitled to legal aid. If you need free legal advice, please call us on (02) 4628 2042 (9am-4.30pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday). We notice that our phone lines are closed on Wednesdays and ask you to call us on days when our phone lines are open. We believe that an informed community is a strong community. We offer free legal training workshops for community groups and/or workers. We cover a wide range of legal topics and can tailor our sessions to the needs of your group. Common topics include family law, older legal issues, employment issues, loans and debts, fines and work development orders, school issues, bullying.

Learn more about legal education in the community. Don Sylvester and Patricia Gilmour-Sylvester Glaxo Smith Kline Julia Marshall Foundation Little River Charitable Foundation Myles E. Standish RG/2 Claims Administration, LLC Club Rotary Club Durham Sherry Murphy Combined campaign of government employees Stephanie Simon Susan and John Gilbert Our local lawyers offer a wide range of services in many areas of law, These include: We help every North Carolina resident, especially those living in extreme poverty, access to government assistance, health care, housing, and secure jobs. If you would like to provide feedback or make a complaint about our services, go to Feedback and Complaints. If you need personal assistance, you should discuss it with your lawyer during your first consultation session. The presence in our office takes place only after “APPOINTMENT”. In three-quarters of civil cases, a party is not represented by a lawyer. Baker & McKenzie LLP Brian Conaghan Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP Mutual Lawyers Sixteenth Bar of the Judicial District The Eirenikos Foundation Trustmark Foundation Watts Street Baptist Church. Legal Aid NSW has offices in 25 locations. Look at a map of our offices. “It will look at solutions that can solve these difficulties in the most cost-effective way,” she said.