Legal Aid NSW are visiting Moree next week to discuss a range of legal issues with any community members who may have questions.
Legal Aid representatives will be on hand to discuss a range of issues such as fines, bills and debts, funeral insurance, Centrelink, housing, renting or buying household goods, Stolen Generations and education and free laptop scams.
"Legal Aid Civil Law Service is a free legal service for Aboriginal people in remote NSW communities," Legal Aid Civil Law Division solicitor Kimberley Wilson said.
"We offer free legal aid and minor assistance in relation to everyday legal issues.
"We help people with issues that come up in their everyday life."
Legal Aid visit Moree every eight weeks and will be at the Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS) next Thursday, May 23 from 9am to 4pm.
The session is open to everyone and it's a drop in service with no appointments required.
If you are unable to attend the session, call Legal Aid NSW on 02 9219 5057 or 1800 793 017 to make alternative arrangements.
For more information, you can contact Judy Duncan on 02 6752 5700 or Legal Aid.