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As a not-for-profit community legal centre servicing the whole of WA, we receive a large volume of enquiries each day. We do our best to respond to you as soon as possible. This may occasionally take more than one business day.

Sometimes you may be able to resolve your issue by using the Resources section of our website. If we cannot see you in the time you need, you might like to contact Legal Aid WA or another community legal centre to see if they can assist you.

Contact Us

To request an appointment with us please complete our email enquiry form below:

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What do you need help with?

We run a Pro Bono Family Law (Property) Legal Clinic about family law financial matters. This can include property settlement and spousal maintenance.

The Legal Clinic provides one-off, one hour appointments  with private family lawyers who generously donate their time to volunteer at our Service. The appointments are usually via telephone..

The Legal Clinic is not suitable for women who have ongoing or complex Family Court proceedings as the Legal Clinic appointments are only one hour and our volunteer lawyers do not have the time to review the court documents required for them to provide you with the legal advice for your situation.

If we are able to assist you, we will ask you to complete and email us our Family Law (Property) Legal Clinic Background Information Form.

If your enquiry does not relate to one of the above areas of law, we cannot assist you.

Instead, please see the following links for information on other services that may be able to assist you:

Community Legal WA

Legal Aid

Please send us an email at info@wlswa.org.au

Which of the below categories apply to you? (You can select multiple)
Remember, our resources are limited and need to be directed to the most disadvantaged and vulnerable women.

If you have the means to pay for a private lawyer, please do so.

You can find private lawyers on the following websites:

Family Law Practitioners' Association WA

Law Society

If you cannot complete the form you can also contact us by telephone Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm.

(08) 9272 8800 or 1800 625 122 (country callers)

If our lines are busy please leave us a message with your name and phone number so we can call you back.

Service provider referrals

For an agency or service provider wanting to refer a client for assistance, we have a Referral Form which can be completed and emailed back to us.

Our Location

We are located on Level 1 of 445 Hay Street, Perth (CSA Building).

There is a free Red CAT bus that stops just before 445 Hay Street or there are buses that run along St Georges Terrace.

The nearest train station is McIver.

Meter parking is available along Victoria Avenue and Hay Street. There is also a car park between Hay and Murray Streets.


Compliments and Complaints

For feedback including compliments and complaints, we have a Compliment and complaint form which can be completed and emailed back to us.  We also have the webform below you can complete online and submit.  Your complaint will be responded to within 72 hours via your preferred contact method.

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