These resources are designed to help people with common legal problems related to COVID-19. We’re continuing to update our resources as the situation evolves. You can also find out if you’re eligible and apply for legal help online.
These resources outline how you can access different courts with changing COVID-19 restrictions.
Some money issues related to COVID-19 have financial consequences. These resources explain what bankruptcy is and what the consequences might mean for you. They also explain how to apply for a payment plan for fines in Victoria
If you’ve fallen behind in rent, or are about to miss a rental payment, these resources can help you negotiate with your landlord and avoid an eviction.
Our Dear Landlord resource hub walks you through the process of missing a rent payment, and the action you can take at every stage. If you're a Victorian who has fallen behind in rent, or about to miss a rent payment, these resources can help.See all resources
If you’ve been unfairly fired due to COVID-19, these resources will help you understand your rights and what to do.
Have you been unfairly fired because of COVID-19? These resources explain the process of taking an unlawful termination claim to court, along with what to expect when representing yourself in court.See all resources
State and federal governments are using emergency powers in response to COVID-19. These resources explain what additional powers are, why they exist and what the consequences of them are.
These resources explain how to apply for financial managers and guardians in New South Wales in the event you (or someone you know) is too unwell to manage their own affairs.
If you’re a not-for-profit or community organisation grappling with what the COVID-19 changes mean for your organisation, our Not-for-profit Law team can help.