The Legal Services Commission provides legal help to South Australians and is available at the Summit Health Centre.

Service Overview

At the Summit Health Centre, the Legal Services lawyers provide advice and information about a range of everyday legal problems relating to civil, family law and criminal law matters such as:

  • Wills, Advance Care Directives & Power of Attorney documents
  • Traffic matters and motor vehicle accidents
  • Neighbour disputes over trees and fences
  • Employment problems
  • Child protection matters
  • Accommodation problems, including tenancy issues
  • Family law disagreements regarding children or property
  • Representation in Family Dispute Resolution and at courts dealing with family law matters
  • Assistance for victims of elder abuse & domestic violence
  • Centrelink problems
  • Intervention Orders
  • Consumer problems including contracts, scams & financial disputes
  • Representation in criminal law matters.

The legal advice service is available to anyone; users are not required to be Summit Health Centre patients.


Call the Legal Services Commission to book a free legal advice appointment with its lawyers.

Phone                   1300 366 424