Courts remain an essential service throughout all COVID-19 alert levels but are operating differently.
For more information for court users, see: Information for all court and tribunal users.
In this section you'll find information about going to court - preparing for court, what to expect and legal aid.
Find out how to get an interpreter in court, or ask the court to speak in another language, how to file a document, or make an application, at court and how to get a document witnessed or certified.
When you first arrive at court, you should expect to go through court security. Find out what to expect if you're a witness, supporting someone going to court and what happens inside a court room.
Legal aid is government funding to pay for legal help for people who can't afford a lawyer.
You can represent yourself at court, without a lawyer. Find out how to prepare to represent yourself.
Fees can apply for some applications or stages of a court case.
Most courts have a hearing schedule of what cases are being heard and when. The Family Court and Youth Court are not open to the public.
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