Accessibility

This website has been designed by Legal Aid WA to be simple to use by as many people as possible.

Legal Aid WA's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan sets out our commitment to ensuring that people with disability are able to fully access the services provided by Legal Aid WA, including this website, to provide them with the same opportunities, rights and responsibilities enjoyed by other people in the community.

The accessibility features on our website include:

  • Top and side menus, and quick navigation links at the top and bottom of the page.
  • Back to Top arrow button at the bottom of each page.
  • Quick Exit button to improve internet safety for people.
  • Printer-friendly pages.

Printing

Our website is designed to be easy to read on screens and mobile devices. We have set our pages to be printer-friendly and easy to read on paper, but not everything shown on screen will end up being printed. How it looks on your screen may be different to how it will look on paper.

Plug-ins

The resources available to read and download from our website are almost exclusively in Adobe PDF. Some forms are provided in Microsoft Word Document, to allow you to type directly into the forms. Our videos are saved in .mp4 format. If you cannot open these types files on your computer or device, you can download free software that will allow you to view our resources. 

Adobe Acrobat Reader
Microsoft Word/viewers
VLC Media Player

 

Get help

You can call the Infoline or contact your nearest Legal Aid WA office to ask for a copy of any document or resource available on our website.

Need help?

The InfoLine can give information about the law and our services to help with your legal problem.
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Disclaimer

The information displayed on this page is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. If you have a legal problem, you should see a lawyer. Legal Aid Western Australia aims to provide information that is accurate, however does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information provided on this page or incorporated into it by reference.