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Service Overview

We provide legal advice to disadvantaged persons. To see if you qualify, complete our means testing application through our ‘Book An Appointment‘ button.

We are an interest group seeking to improve access to justice in new and innovative ways.

General law

The SJC provides advice and legal assistance on a range of general law matters. We can also assist with some matters that Legal Aid and other community legal centres do not address.

Family law

We can provide advice on a range of Family Law matters. When you come to our office for your appointment, please remember to bring all your relevant documents with you.

Eligibility for services

The Subiaco Justice Centre is a not-for-profit community legal centre providing access to legal services to those in our community that need it the most. In order to qualify for an appointment you will need to answer some questions about your employment status, income level and personal circumstances. You may be asked to provide documentation supporting your status. 

We help the most disadvantaged people in our community including those:

  • On low income (earning under $60,000 per year)
  • Unemployed (not retired)
  • Receiving Centrelink payments
  • Receiving the Aged or Disability Pension
  • Who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
  • Who are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • Experiencing or overcoming family violence

Book an appointment with US today

Evening appointments with our lawyers are made through our online booking system. As our service is intended to help those most in need, you will need to answer some questions about your employment status or income level to qualify for an appointment.