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 Can I get legal aid? (animated video) Can I get legal aid? (animated video)

Do you have questions about grants of legal aid? Watch our new animated video to find out more.

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2023 Legal Topics for Seniors calendar 2023 Legal Topics for Seniors calendar

This wall calendar has information about seniors rights and issues, and helpful contact numbers of agencies and services for seniors. ease allow up to 7 days for delivery. 45 to a box. Maximum order numbers apply - any double or triple orders will not be fulfilled, sorry!

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2023 legal topics for seniors diary - OUT OF STOCK 2023 legal topics for seniors diary - OUT OF STOCK

We are now OUT OF STOCK of the 2023 diary. The diary has information about seniors rights, scams, aged care, and helpful contact numbers of agencies and services for seniors. Please allow up to 7 days for delivery. Maximum order numbers apply - any double or triple orders will not be fulfilled, sorry!

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Adult children living at home. What to do if you want them to leave? Adult children living at home. What to do if you want them to leave?

This brochure explains what you can do if you are an older person who is sharing your home with an adult child, and you want them to leave.

Are you a grandparent? Your legal questions answered Are you a grandparent? Your legal questions answered

This brochure explains what legal options you have if you are a grandparent who is raising grandchildren, wants to spend time with your with grandchildren or if you are concerned about your grandchildren's welfare. It also covers what financial assistance is available and where you can get legal help.

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Are you experiencing violence or abuse? You can make it stop. Are you experiencing violence or abuse? You can make it stop.

This brochure explains what you can do if you are an older person who is experiencing violence or abuse from a partner, another family member or other person who lives in your home or residential facility, or a neighbour or carer.

Caring for kids in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families Caring for kids in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families

This brochure is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander grandparents, aunties, uncles and other relatives involved in looking after young children.

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Elder Abuse Service Poster 1 Elder Abuse Service Poster 1

Legal help for people on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Elder Abuse Service Poster 2 Elder Abuse Service Poster 2

Legal help for people on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Elder Abuse Service Poster 3 Elder Abuse Service Poster 3

Legal help for people on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Elder Abuse Service Poster 4 Elder Abuse Service Poster 4

Legal Help for people on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Everyone Deserves Respect Everyone Deserves Respect

Every older person has rights. This resource has information about the Legal Aid NSW Elder Abuse Service for older people on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Everyone Deserves Respect (Elder Abuse Service) postcard Everyone Deserves Respect (Elder Abuse Service) postcard

The signs and symptoms of elder abuse and how to refer your client to the Elder Abuse Service on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Everyone deserves respect (Elder Abuse Service) wallet card Everyone deserves respect (Elder Abuse Service) wallet card

This walletcard provides information about how to identify elder abuse and how to contact the Legal Aid NSW Elder Abuse Service on the Central Coast and Lower Hunter.

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Got a fine? Got a fine?

This brochure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people lists your options when you have a fine and how to get a Work and Development Order.

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Helping your family financially? Understand the risks Helping your family financially? Understand the risks

It can be a worry for older people when they see their adult children struggling financially. Someone in your family may be in this situation and you may want to help them. Before you decide to help you should be aware of the risks involved – especially if your home is all you have.

Moving in with the family? Make sure you protect your interests Moving in with the family? Make sure you protect your interests

This brochure explains what you should think about before you enter into a ‘granny flat arrangement’.

Speaking for myself: planning for later life decision making Speaking for myself: planning for later life decision making

This booklet explains how to plan ahead and make decisions about what happens to you or your property.

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They want me to leave They want me to leave

Many older people live in homes that are legally owned by someone other than themselves and face eviction from that home when the owner dies. This brochure explains what you can do to avoid losing your home after your partner dies.

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Trouble making your home loan payments because you have separated from your partner? Trouble making your home loan payments because you have separated from your partner?

This online resource explains how you can negotiate with your lender about changing or reducing your payments for a period of time and where to find financial counselling and legal advice.

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Veterans' Advocacy Service – legal aid for veterans and their dependants Veterans' Advocacy Service – legal aid for veterans and their dependants

How Legal Aid NSW can help veterans and their dependants with advice, assistance and representation.

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Veterans' Advocacy Service factsheet Veterans' Advocacy Service factsheet

This factsheet outlines how Legal Aid NSW can help veterans and their dependants with advice, assistance and representation.

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Veterans' Advocacy Service poster 1 Veterans' Advocacy Service poster 1

This poster can be displayed by services or organisations who work with veterans or who have veterans that frequently attend their premises.

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Veterans' Advocacy Service poster 2 Veterans' Advocacy Service poster 2

This poster can be displayed by services or organisations who work with veterans or who have veterans that frequently attend their premises.

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Veterans' Advocacy Service poster 3 (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander veterans) Veterans' Advocacy Service poster 3 (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander veterans)

This poster can be displayed by services or organisations who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander veterans.

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Veterans' Advocacy Service wallet card Veterans' Advocacy Service wallet card

This wallet card provides information about how to contact Legal Aid NSW for veterans' assistance.

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Who will decide for you if you can't decide for yourself? Think about planning ahead. Who will decide for you if you can't decide for yourself? Think about planning ahead.

This brochure explains how to appoint an enduring guardian and power of attorney to make important decisions for you if you lose capacity due to illness or age.

Why make a will? Why make a will?

If you don’t have a will, you don’t have any say about how your estate is distributed. This brochure outlines the benefits of having a will and how to make a will.

Work and Development Orders - Can't pay your fines? (WDO Generic poster) Work and Development Orders - Can't pay your fines? (WDO Generic poster)

This resource is for organisations and health practitioners that sponsor Work and Development Orders assisting clients to clear fines debt.

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Your home and the age pension. What you need to know. Your home and the age pension. What you need to know.

This brochure explains how downsizing, moving into a granny flat, retirement village or other accommodation changes could affect your pension.

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