To tell us about a legal issue, simply give us a call or send us an email.


We will arrange a time to meet and let you know the cost of the services you need. If you want to get started, you pay upfront so that we can get money out of the way and focus on your legal issue. We hold this money in a bank account that cannot be touched until the work is complete.


We will work with you to resolve your legal issue and promise to keep you in the loop every step of the way. 


When the work we agreed to is complete and you are happy, we will send you an invoice. After 7 days the money you paid at the start will be released to us, you don’t need to pay again.





Have you been treated differently because of your disability?

There are State and National laws that protect people with disability if they are treated unfavorably because of their disability. 

At Equality Lawyers, we understand that discrimination can be really obvious, like not being able to get your wheelchair into a local shop. But other times it can be more subtle, like not having a fair go at school or work.

Under discrimination laws, we may be able to stop the way you are being treated or improve the situation for other people with disability who may like to use that good or service in the future. 

In some situations, it may be as simple as discussing the issue with the business or service. But if the issue is not able to be resolved, we can assist you to compain to the Australian Human Rights Commission or state Equal Opportunity Commissioner.


We can work with you to identify what has happened, and go through what can be done about it. Ensuring you, or a person you care for has equal opportunity is at the core of our business. 


If you would like to discuss your experience, contact us now.



Do you have an order that relates to decisions made about

accommodation, lifestyle, medical treatment or finances?

Sometimes a person may have difficulty making certain decisions about where they live, what they do day-to-day or when managing their money. This can be risky for the person and those who care for them. If the person has a ‘mental incapacity’, a guardianship or administration order may be needed to make those decisions legally.

Under most state and territory guardianship laws, a person can be appointed for 
someone to make their accommodation, lifestyle, medical and financial decisions. The ‘substitute decision maker’ for the person may be a family member or a Public Advocate.

Legal help may be needed in knowing when to get these orders in place or if the order needs to be stopped or changed. There may have been a change in circumstances or the person believes that they or a different person should be making decisions. 

If you need legal help with a guardianship or administration order, contact us today.



Has your NDIS Plan got you covered?

People with disability who need support in their everyday life may be eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). When accessing the NDIS, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will make decisions about whether a person can receive funding and how much funding they can have.


Sometimes people with disability are denied access to the NDIS or are given a NDIS Plan which does not have what they need. If something like this happens, you may be able to appeal the decision.

Appeals need to be made quickly and it may not be clear what you need to do, but don’t worry, we can help!

At Equality Lawyers, we are very responsive and will be able to give you advice to decide what to do next. If you do need to appeal a decision, we can help you through that process. Unlike other lawyers, we understand what disability support looks like and how important it is that people with disability and their supporters have a say in what those supports are. You won’t need to spend time and money explaining what the NDIS is, you just have to tell us what you need and how the NDIS has not given that you.

Let us help you to get the support you need and contact us today.


Sometimes though, you know there is something very wrong and you want to take legal action immediately. Just give us a call or make an appointment and we will get started.


We are here to make life a little less tricky, and to make sure you know your legal rights and how to uphold them. Contact us today for more information.

Civil law is the law that covers the everyday issues. When we use public transport, rent houses, own animals or even use mobile phones there are laws that cover it. 


So when something goes wrong with your rental agreement, your mobile phone contract or when you access services like your doctor or local council, we can help. At first you may just want to check if there is an issue, and we can talk to you about it - it doesn’t hurt to ask!

Life can be tricky. Let us help.


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