The Gold Coast Community Legal Centre can provide advice and assistance on a wide range of family law issues.
Our solicitors are experienced in identifying and providing advice and assistance about domestic violence.
Disputes can be stressful to handle but there are claim processes that may be available to assist.
If you have been charged with one of these offences, getting legal advice is strongly recommended.
The Gold Coast Community Legal Centre can advise on a number of generalist legal areas.
Gold Coast Community Legal Centre provides domestic violence & child protection duty lawyers.
Legal advice & assistance to Gold Coast community seniors that may be experiencing elder abuse or financial exploitation.
Our solicitor represents the client at the Mental Health Review Tribunal, acting in their best interests.
The Gold Coast Community Legal Centre offers a walk-in night clinic to residents of the Gold Coast community.
Complete our online booking form and we'll contact you to discuss how we may be able to assist you.
Since opening in 1984, our team of fully qualified lawyers has provided front line services to the entire Gold Coast region free of charge. Our priority is to assist the most vulnerable and disadvantaged residents in a range of legal areas including family law, domestic violence, consumer issues, minor civil claims, motor vehicle accidents, neighbour disputes and minor criminal matters.
Our main office is located centrally in Southport. We also provide legal services at offices all around the Gold Coast region. Legal advice and assistance is available Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 4:30pm by appointment (phone or face-to-face) and at our walk-in Night Clinic on Tuesday evenings from 5pm. To book an appointment, please call 07 5532 9611 or request a call back online.
“It has been said before that people who come to agencies such as ours need to be dealt with as individuals rather than cases or category numbers – they need to be accepted as people of worth and dignity regardless of their weaknesses, faults and failures – they need to make their own choices and decisions – they need to be helped, not told what to do – they need to feel confidential information about themselves will be kept as private as possible – they do not want the world to know their problems. In short, they have the right to expect to meet skilled people providing a quality service to them and to the community.”
Connie Gill, - Administrator of the Citizens Advice Bureau, 1984 Annual Report
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