Call our Help Line. The lawyer will get back usually within 2 days and a maximum of 5. They have lots of experience and are great to talk to. Call if you are feeling unsafe at home or in your relationship. You can also drop into Frontyard Youth services at 19 King St any day. Youth workers will help you work out what you need.
Getting Legal Support
Parents Guide To Support - Legal Support
If you think your child or family might need legal support, here are places where you can find help. Legal processes can be incredibly stressful, time-consuming and emotionally draining for you as a parent. At times, things may feel overwhelming or confusing, and if this is the case, you might need support to work out what the next step is. Remember that you and your child are not alone — on this page, you can find organisations that can help you. Legal aid can help you cover the costs of a legal process. You may be able to access free advice, help with negotiations and paperwork and a lawyer who can get your case ready and represent you in court.
It provides legal information and free and confidential legal advice in person, over the phone — 02 — or by email. It has information about children and the law in New South Wales, as well as links to other services. Youth Advocacy Centre The Youth Advocacy Centre website has lots of useful information about laws affecting young people in Queensland. The website has answers to common legal questions in Victoria and a range of resources you can download, including the booklet Am I old enough? Common legal issues for young people.
Advocates can help you with legal questions about family, public benefits, housing, unemployment and other problems. They will give you free legal advice, answer your questions, and help you understand your legal rights and responsibilities. Some cases may be referred to other legal aid programs or a volunteer attorney. They cannot help with criminal or immigration problems. Contact them at or visit their website for access to vast resource materials.