The Legal Services Commission seeks to give all South Australians equal access to justice by providing legal information, legal advice and legal education to all.
The Legal Services Commission has created some Easy Read Resources on common legal topics. Easy Read Resources make information easier to understand by:
The Easy Read Resources are currently available in PDF format below.
Have you been charged with an offence? Do you have a court date? If yes, this easy read resource sets out what you need to do.
This easy read resource sets out what to do if you have a legal problem, including what services are available at the Legal Services Commission and how to access them.
Do you have a legal problem? This easy read resource shows there are many ways the Legal Services Commission can help. We can assist you when you visit one of our offices, when you call our Legal Helpline or online.
This easy read resource sets out what to do if you are going to court about your child's welfare, including how to access the services available through the Legal Services Commission.
This easy read resource sets out what you can expect after welfare authorities have removed your child, and how you can access legal advice and representation from the Legal Services Commission.
This easy read resource sets out the laws that protect people from sexual abuse and where help is available.
Are you under 18 years of age? Have you been charged with an offence? This easy read resource sets out what to do if you have been in court having been charged with an offence and you need a lawyer.