Our philosophy

At Evans Family Lawyers, we take pride in providing not just the best advice possible, but advice that is right for each client in their individual circumstances. We understand that each client is different, with different requirements, different experiences and different expectations. No matter what it is that you need to see us for, our philosophy is to understand your situation and to take you through the process.

We’re not just passionate about our clients and the law! We also actively support a range of local, national and international charities and are keenly involved in the Canberra community.

ACT Women’s Legal Centre

The ACT Women’s Legal Centre is a community organisation that provides legal assistance to women who would otherwise go without. The Centre’s main areas of practice are family law, victims of crime, employment and discrimination law.

The Centre also

  • refers women to sympathetic lawyers and other support services
  • runs community legal education sessions
  • produces information for women about their rights, the legal system and the law
  • researches and participates in law reform and lobbying activities regarding women’s interests

Solicitors from Evans Family Lawyers volunteer at the ACT Women’s Legal Centre on a regular basis.

More information can be found at www.womenslegalact.org

Oxfam Australia

Oxfam’s ultimate vision is a just world without poverty. A world in which people can influence decisions that affect their lives, enjoy their rights and assume their responsibilities. A world in which everyone is treated equally. Oxfam Australia works with partners and communities in Australia and in countries across Asia and Africa to find practical, innovative ways to lift people out of poverty.

More information can be found at www.oxfam.org.au

TEAR Australia

TEAR Australia is a development, relief and advocacy organisation responding to global poverty and injustice. TEAR Australia works in partnership with relief and development agencies and community-based organisations, which are working with the poor in their communities. Priority is given to those programs that strive to involve the most marginalised and exploited members of each community.

More information can be found at www.tear.org.au