Get legal help

You can get help from Legal Aid WA in different ways:

Information Call our Infoline telephone service for legal information and referrals.
Advice Make an appointment for legal advice and assistance.
Representation   We have duty lawyers at courts and you might get a lawyer to run your case in some situations.

Our website also has information on many legal topics and legal education resources to help with your situation. All of our information and legal resources are free to download and use.

What if I need an interpreter?

If English is not your best language, we book interpreters so you can get help in your language.  We can use Auslan interpreters and relay services if you have difficulty speaking or hearing.

What if I am in prison?

We have a number of services to help people who are in prison

Do we see everyone who wants help?

How much we can assist you will depend on your personal situation, your legal problem, and our resources. Some of our services are prioritised to help disadvantaged and vulnerable people.

We try to help as many people as possible, but do not give advice on every legal issue.

What if Legal Aid WA cannot help me?

If we cannot help, we will do our best to point you in the direction of someone else who might be able to help.

 

Reviewed: 23 April 2018

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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.