If you need legal or financial assistance with your fines, these organisations may be able to help you.
Note that some may have special requirements or may assess you for eligibility.
The VLA offers a legal information service, in English and other languages. VLA's head office is located in Melbourne's CBD, and there are also a number of suburban and regional offices.
Visit Victoria Legal Aid for more information.
The Federation of Community Legal Centres is the peak body for 50 community legal centres (CLCs) in Victoria that provide free legal help to clients facing economic and social disadvantage. CLCs are independent community organisations that provide free legal information, initial advice and in some cases, ongoing assistance.
Visit Federation of Community Legal Centres for more information.
Justice Connect Homeless Law helps people experiencing or at risk of homelessness with infringements and fines that are directly related to their homelessness.
Visit Justice Connect Homeless Law for more information about this service.
VALS offers legal aid and assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The VALS head office is in Melbourne, and there are also seven regional offices in:
Visit Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service for more information.
YouthLaw offers free legal advice, information and casework to people 25 years and younger.
Visit YouthLaw for more information.
You can access free, independent and confidential advice from a financial counsellor at National Debt Helpline or call 1800 007 007.
MoneyHelp offers free, confidential financial advice. You can get practical information including a simple budget planner, debt payment options, how to approach creditors, and handy tips and tools to help you sort out your money.
Visit MoneyHelp for more information.
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Click the button below. To log in, we will ask you to enter an obligation number, infringement number or court case number for one of your fines, as well as some other details about you, your licence or your vehicle.
Once you've logged in, you can:
Note: you will not be able to view fines that are not managed by us, such as local council parking fines that have not been registered with Fines Victoria for enforcement. If you're not sure who is managing a fine, check your most recent fine/notice.
The Family Violence Scheme assists victim survivors of family violence with infringement fines where there is a link between their experience of family violence and receiving the fine.
The scheme allows for your fines to be withdrawn if your experience of family violence contributed to the offence or if it is not safe for you to nominate the person responsible.
See Family Violence Scheme for information and how to apply.