Think you might’ve been scammed? Splitting up with your partner? Disagreements with your neighbours? Problems at work?
You might have a legal issue and not even know it! Here’s your 3 step guide to solving your everyday legal problems.
One of the hardest parts of finding answers is knowing where to look.
Victoria Legal Aid’s ‘find legal answers‘ website is a great place to start. It has information on everyday legal problems and how to resolve them, including which organisations can help you.
Still need more help?
If you need more information try Victoria Legal Aid’s online chat or phone service.
Victoria Legal Aid can give you general legal information or connect you to services that might be able to help. In some circumstances, they may connect you to services that can provide free ongoing help with your problem, such as a Victorian Legal Aid lawyer or a community legal centre.
Find a private lawyer
Not all problems can be solved on your own – sometimes you need more support.
If you’re not eligible for free legal help, you might want to find your own lawyer. The law institute of Victoria’s ‘Find Your Lawyer’ service is a good place to search for local lawyers that specialise in issues you’re facing.
Still want more? Join a Victorian Law Week event
Victorian Law Week makes learning about the law easy. Join us from the 17-23 May 2021 for free events held online and at locations across Victoria.
Look for answers to your legal problems at Victorian Law Week
Check out the full program of free events for Victorian Law Week