Show me the Money: Assisting people to resolve disputes that impact their income and finances

Show me the money

Financial hardship is a common and reoccurring theme for people connecting to community organisations. The insufficiency of our existing welfare payments means people often struggle to afford basic, everyday costs. Falling behind on payments for essential service, such as electricity and telephone, can see these services disconnected, placing the a person at risk of further disadvantage.

Drawing on almost 20 years’ experience working with marginalised clients, LawRight’s Financial Counsellor Natasha Ramsay will talk through common issues raise by her clients and the practical solutions available to resolve these concerns. Tash will focus the discussion on hardship options to maintain essential goods and services, such as electricity and mobile phones. Tash will be supported by LawRight Community and Health Justice Partnerships Managing Lawyer, Stephen Grace.

Event Details

Date: July 29, 2021
Time: 11am-12pm
Cost: Free
Hosted by: Community Legal Centres Queensland
Venue: Online
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