Free legal advice in Darebin
The Centre is currently seeking a Family Violence Solicitor
Family Law Service Cuts
15 March - Media statement - Impending cuts to the Centre's Family Law Service
21 March - Herald Sun / Leader article - Darebin Community Legal Centre says federal cuts will affect 500 vulnerable clients
Over 90% of our family law cases have family violence as a factor. The Family Law Service has positively touched the lives of over 1000 Victorian children.
These cuts will create a gap in the Centre's services and leave a large number of vulnerable people out in the cold. Show your support for Darebin Community Legal Centre by sharing on social media the above links.
Darebin Community Legal Centre (DCLC) is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation that provides free legal advice for people who live, work or study in Darebin. A range of services are available in various locations across the Darebin region.
Please click here to view our multilingual brochure.
We are located at 732 High Street, Thornbury, on the corner of High Street and Mansfield Street (see map below). The office is not far from the Thornbury train station on the South Morang train line or the route 86 tram-line (stop 40).
Our telephone number for enquiries and appointments is: (03) 9484 7753.
The centre is open Monday to Thursday, 9.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 4.30pm.
We cannot provide legal advice over the telephone.
Please call the centre on 9484 7753 during the above times to make an appointment. Legal advice is also available by appointment on Wednesday evenings.
We run a drop-in advice clinic on Tuesday evenings. Please call the centre for details and to check on the likelihood of being able to see a lawyer - on busy nights there can be substantial waits and we may not be able to see everyone who comes.
Please click on 'Overview' for further details
Location and contact details
Darebin Community Legal Centre Inc
732 High Street, Thornbury VIC 3071
T: 03 9484 7753
F: 03 9484 9442
Twitter - @darebinclc
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