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Applying for legal aid

 

Legal representation

Legal Aid WA employs lawyers throughout the state. These lawyers are available to represent applicants who get legal aid on a range of matters.  More ...

    

Application for legal representation

Find out more about about how to apply for a grant of aid so that you may be represented by a lawyer. More...

 

What we consider

Guidelines are applied when an application for legal aid is considered.  More...

 

Conditions of a grant of legal aid

If legal aid is granted, it may be subject to certain conditions.  More...

Corruption and Crime Commission fund

A fund managed by Legal Aid WA, that provides legal assistance for serving and former public officers called before the CCC.  More...

 

Reconsideration and review of decisions

If you are refused legal aid, you have the right to have the decision reconsidered and reviewed.  More...

FAQs about legal aid

Answers to common questions about Legal Aid WA and grants of legal aid.  More...

 

 Means

Information about Legal Aid WA's income and assets tests.  More...

Additional information when applying for legal aid

Details of the information we need to assess your application for legal aid.  More...

 

 Income Test

A guide to the income thresholds applied when assessing applications for legal aid.  More...

Assets test

Information about the assets Legal Aid WA looks at when assessing applicatons for legal aid.  More...

 

 Last reviewed:  22/09/2010

Last Modified: 11/11/2010

Disclaimer

The material displayed on this page is intended for information only. If you have a legal problem, you should see a lawyer. Legal Aid Western Australia believes that the information provided is accurate, however does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions.