Legal Services Commission



The Legal Services Commission provides legal help to South Australians.

Service Overview

At the Summit Health Centre, the Commission’s 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