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Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Intersex Legal Service

LGBTI Legal Service have been keeping up with developments in the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic and public health advice in recent days. The LGBTI Legal Service Inc. has made the decision to temporarily stop offering face-to-face appointments from Monday, 16 March 2020. We will continue to offer appointments by telephone. We will review this decision on an ongoing basis.

If you already have a face-to-face appointment booked, we will contact you very soon (or will have already) to confirm a telephone appointment.

In addition to recent public health advice, we have decided to take this early action to protect particularly vulnerable client groups. We cannot place that group of clients at risk. We trust that all of our clients will understand.

We ask that you telephone our office for any enquiries on (07) 3124 7160.

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Intersex (LGBTI) Legal Service Inc. is a community-based legal service providing free legal advice, assistance and referrals to the LGBTI community. It operates Monday - Friday from its office in Fortitude Valley with lawyers available in-person, by telephone and via videoconference. The Service is non-profit and volunteer-centric.

For people who live in rural, regional or remote Queensland areas, a telephone or videoconference appointment may be organised. Please contact Client Services on 07 3124 7160 or email

Street address:

Level 2, 725 Ann Street

Mailing address:

PO Box 169



(07) 3124 7160
Hours & appointment times:

Appointments for legal advice can be made with the Service's lawyers on Mon-Fri from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Appointments are available from 6.00pm to 8.30pm Wednesday nights, or every second Tuesday night.


Key services:
  • Legal advice
Specialist services & interest groups:
  • Lesbian / Gay / Bisexual / Trans / Intersex
More information:

The LGBTI Legal Service will provide free legal assistance and information to clients who have legal problems which may or may not arise from their identification as LGBTI and/or because they feel more comfortable in dealing with a solicitor with specific skills, interest and understanding of LGBTI legal issues and/or the barriers experienced by LGBTI peoples in accessing the legal system. The services are provided free of charge and no means test is applied.

The most common issues the Service will provide assistance in relation to -

* Centrelink matters

* Civil matters

* Criminal law

* Discrimination

* Domestic violence

* Employment matters.

* Family law

* Legal issues in relation to Government decisions

* Surrogacy and parenting rights

* Victims support

The LGBTI Legal Service abides by the Commonwealth Privacy Act. The Service will not disclose personal information that may be collected unless the client has consented or the Service is required to by law.

The Service seeks to assist Queensland LGBTI communities to gain access to justice through the provision of legal and social welfare services.

The LGBTI Legal Service Inc. has been established by and continues to be overseen by a management committee of individuals representing the diverse communities under the LGBTI banner.

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