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Family Relationship Centre Partnership Ipswich

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The Program | Service

Free individual legal advice and group information sessions on Parenting issues and limited Family Law matters

Are you eligible for this service?

Vulnerable or marginalised members of the community, subject to a general assessment, are eligible for this service, subject to a conflict of interest check.

Service Area
Ipswich & Region

How do I access Services?
For individual appointments on

Tuesday Afternoons
Phone 07 3423 6958
Phone 07 3423 6958 for further information on group sessions.

Cost of Service?
We provide free advice and representation to eligible clients

What does the Service Provide?

  • Individual legal advice on parenting issues
  • Information sessions in conjunction with Ipswich Family Relationship Centre

Funded By: Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department

What are you looking for?

Family Relationship Centre Partnership Ipswich

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A list of our Services

FAMILY LAW
  • Divorce
  • Parenting
  • Domestic Violence

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WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT

 
BEFORE YOU MEET WITH US
This service provides free individual legal advice and group information sessions on Parenting issues and limited Family Law matters.

 

If you book in to attend one of these sessions, you will need to bring the following with you to your 1st appointment:

 

  • Any paperwork, including letters, court documents or existing orders that relate to your matter
  • A copy of your Marriage Certificate
  • A copy of your Health care card in order to be able to apply for a waiver of court filing fees (namely, divorce application filing fee)
  • An appropriate support person, if necessary

 

Some of these documents may only be needed if further work is able to be done by the lawyer you see at the advice session. It is best to bring as much paperwork with you as possible so that the lawyer can decide if they are able to assist you further.

 

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