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This Easy English document is a summary of another document.
This document is about how you can get legal help.
You can find the other document on our website at www.legalaid.qld.gov.au
You can ask for help to read this document. A friend or family member or support person may be able to help you.
There are many types of legal problems we can help with.
If we cannot help you then we will tell you about other people who can help.
To get legal help call our legal information line on 1300 65 11 88. You will be charged the cost of a local call.
It will cost more if you call from a mobile.
The legal information line is open Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
The legal information line may be busy when you call. Please wait. We will answer your call as soon as we can.
We can give you an interpreter if you need one.
If you have a hearing impairment, you can call us using the National Relay Service.
When you call us a client information officer will listen to your legal problem.
If your problem is serious, a lawyer can give you legal advice.
Our lawyers will listen to your story and explain what you can do.
You can also talk to a lawyer at our office.
Legal advice is private. We will not tell your story to anyone.
Bring letters or forms about your legal problem to your legal advice appointment.
Our lawyers are also at court to help people who have not talked to a lawyer yet. These are called duty lawyers.
We also help people to learn about the law.
You can find more information at
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Phone 1300 65 11 88
Click here to see a list of Legal Aid office locations.
Last updated 21 February 2018