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Helpful Links

Below are some links to various websites and forms which might be relevant to your case and circumstances:

Application for Legal Aid

Here you will find the Application for Legal Aid. If you are wanting us to assist you on a legally aided basis then you will need to complete this form and either post, email or drop it in to us so that we can make the Application on your behalf. You will also find information on this page which sets out the means and merit tests which are applied in assessing your eligibility for Legal Aid to give you an idea of whether you might be eligible. You will need to return the completed form to us together with your last three (3) months bank statements as well as either your last two (2) payslips if you are employed or your last Centrelink statement if you are receiving Centrelink entitlements. 

If you are unsure about how to answer a question or need help filling in the form then you can contact Darelle at our office who will be able to assist you. If you are unsure if you are eligible then give us a call and we can help work out whether you may be eligible rather than you stressing about it.

Online Court Lists:

Here you can search the next three (3) weeks' court listings to check your Court date.

Local Court Forms:


Here you can find forms such as Applications for Time to Pay Fines, Applications to Vary Apprehended Violence Orders, Applications to Vary Bail Conditions, Subpoena forms, Licence Appeal and other forms which might be useful to your case. 

Federal Circuit and Family Court forms:

Here you can find forms such as Initiating Applications to commence family law proceedings, Affidavits, Divorce Applications and other forms which are relevant to your case. The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia has a number of important pre-filing requirements including the requirement to make a genuine effort to resolve a dispute prior to commencing proceedings and various mandatory forms which are required depending on the type of application you are making. Be sure to contact us and we can provide you with advice about your options to resolve your dispute and what the Court requires of you so that you don't waste unnecessary time and effort and can make an informed decision about how to proceed with your matter. We want to help you take the stress out of the process in every way possible.  

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