For more information, please visit: www.relayservice.gov.au Free legal services are available to people living, working or studying in the communities of Frankston, Casey, Cardinia, Glen Eira, Kingston and Mornington Peninsula. We do not provide legal advice by email and do not respond to requests for legal advice submitted by email through the Site. We can`t wait to hear how we can help you. Please fill out the form below or call us at (03) 9783 3600, 1800 064 784. Please note that we do not offer email assistance for appointments or legal advice. The center helps people use the law to protect and advance their rights, and offers free advice on most legal issues. Ongoing support is intended to support disadvantaged clients. In addition to its general services, the Centre manages programs in family law, child benefits, intervention orders, tenant and consumer protection. The Peninsula Community Legal Centre provides free legal advice to people who live, work or study in the communities of Frankston, Casey, Cardinia, Glen Eira, Kingston and Mornington Peninsula. Our rental assistance and advocacy program supports clients in a larger catchment area. The center helps people use the law to protect and promote their rights and provides free advice on most legal issues, including family law, domestic violence, fines, renting and home replacement. Ongoing support is intended to support disadvantaged clients.
The Centre carries out a range of activities in the areas of legal education, community engagement and legal reform, and is active in a number of community and sectoral networks. The Peninsula Community Legal Centre is an independent, non-profit organisation that has been providing free legal services to communities in south-east Melbourne since 1977. Headquarters, 441 Nepean Highway, Frankston 3199 View Map Peter is an intelligent and well-educated man whose drinking problems had compromised any chance that he could find work in his chosen career. When Peter first came to the CBP, he had a number of unpaid fines and criminal charges related to his alcohol consumption. At the time, Peter was homeless and living in his car. Priority is given to disadvantaged people. Specialized programs; StreetLaw Coffee Van, Work and Development Permit (WDP) Scheme, Strengthening Legal Pathways for CALD Women, Family Law Service Delivery Ongoing support is available subject to policies that first put Daisy in touch with PCLC after her breakup with her partner Josh due to allegations of domestic violence. Josh claimed that Daisy fabricated domestic violence as a result of a genetic neurological disease she had. Daisy denied these claims and refused to be tested, even though a number of her relatives had died from the disease.
Annika`s job has been affected by COVID-19. She needed help with the rent reduction agreement she had with the real estate agent and with pending repairs. However, Annika`s agreement with the landlord included a rent deferral. This meant that Annika had to repay the difference between the reduced rent and the usual rental amount at the end of the contract. If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us via the National Relay Service at 1800 555 660.