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WARRA WARRA LEGAL SERVICE

WORKING TOGETHER SIDE BY SIDE

An Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention Unit

Warra Warra Legal Service is a free legal service that provides legal advice, representation and assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survivors of family violence in the

Far West of New South Wales.

 
Upcoming Events
Wilcannia Outreach (2)
Wed, May 15
Wilcannia
May 15, 2019, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Wilcannia, Wilcannia NSW 2836, Australia
Call office to make appointment
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Wentworth/Dareton Outreach (1)
Fri, May 10
Wentworth
May 10, 2019, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Wentworth, Wentworth VIC 3875, Australia
We will be attending Wentworth/Dareton with our solicitors, If you require an appointment please call our office
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Menindee Outreach (1)
Wed, May 08
Menindee
May 08, 2019, 9:20 AM – 1:20 PM
Menindee, Menindee NSW 2879, Australia
We will be attending Menindee our solicitors, If you require an appointment please call our office
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Making A Difference

Our solicitors can provide advice and representation in the following areas 

  • Parenting orders​

  • Family/domestic Violence

  • Victims Support

  • Child Protection and Care Matters

  • Divorce and Separation 

  • Child support and Child Maintenance 

  • Stolen Generation

  • Redress Scheme (childhood institution sexual assault)

 
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Wilcannia , Menindee and Wentworth Outreach

One Step at a Time

We visit our communities on a regular basis, Our solicitors are available for appointments on these days, Call our office for appointment on 1800 812 800

Community Events 

Helping The Community

At Warra Warra Legal service we provide events to heal and give cultural awareness in our communities, We participate in community events, Art programs, Naidoc celebrations, White Ribbon Day, Ochre Ribbon Day  and many more. If your service has an upcoming event please contact us.

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Contact Warra Warra Legal Service

 
 

Leah Billeam

Principal Solicitor