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This service provides legal assistance to the community at large. The service has limited resources and works with the generous support of pro bono lawyers. YFS Legal provides legal advice, support and representation to youth under the age of 25 in Logan City and surrounding areas. Know the legal aspects of parenthood, life circumstances, domestic violence, divorce and related property issues. But before you do that, take a look at our legal briefing materials. Understand the legal aspect of underage drinking, noise restrictions, property damage and public nuisance. Understand illegal drugs, police search warrants and crimes. Please note that this is only legal information. If you need more information, please contact YFS to make an appointment. Understand the legal definition of gender, the age of consent in Queensland and who can and who cannot. YFS Legal supports people of all ages in Logan and surrounding areas who need legal advice and cannot afford to hire a lawyer. Our team of lawyers offers free one-time appointments in family, civil, rental and criminal matters from Monday to Friday during business hours. There are a number of organizations that could help you in your situation.

We also offer appointments at the YFS office in Jimboomba and the Women`s Centre. There are certain areas of law where we cannot help, such as personal injury, business matters and advice to owners. Know what domestic violence is and recognize behaviors that violate the law. Find out who can apply for a domestic violence order. Find out about criminal decisions for minors. Know what precautions, warnings, good conduct commitments, fines and refunds mean. Understand what supervised orders, such as probation orders and charitable orders, are. O mea e tatau ona tatou nofonofo malamalama iai ae lei fa`ataua se ta`avale afi.

Watch the video If it works best for you after work, make an appointment for our evening clinic in Slack Creek. Then our colleagues from law firms come to see us. Beating or physically abusing an intimate partner without their consent is considered domestic violence. The law remains unchanged for homosexual relations. Understand the risks of domestic violence if you are under 18. Learn about the law and understand how to protect yourself and others. Understand what you can and cannot do while driving a vehicle in Queensland. To speak to a lawyer, you need to make an appointment. Call us at 3826 1500.