If you have a court date or hearing of any kind already scheduled, or if you receive court records or a letter from a lawyer, or if you have a legal emergency, including threats of eviction, power outage or domestic violence, please call (877) 777-6152 IMMEDIATELY and follow the instructions. If you are in physical danger, call 911 immediately. We have found that people are often afraid of lawyers and what they charge for their services. There is a misconception about how much you have to pay for legal services from a law firm. In fact, there is so much misinformation that most people don`t realize that in many cases it is possible to get free and inexpensive legal aid. Our funding requires us to ask you for information about your household income and assets. A member of our team will ask you for this information when they talk to you. Please have your household financial information handy. As a general rule, we need to speak directly to the person with a legal problem, unless the person with a legal problem is a minor or you are the guardian of the person with the legal problem. You can also search for options using the Florida Bar Foundation`s National Legal Aid Directory, which is usually updated once a year. Find out if you are entitled to free legal assistance. Rele (877) 777-6152 oswa vizite youn nan biwo nou yo pou GRATIS èd legal. Entèprèt yo disponib.
Get help through the Legal Advice Line, a free legal help line available to qualified low-income residents in the Bay Area. The Legal Advice Line provides advice in all languages on a range of civil law matters. Lawyers can provide legal advice to a caller, schedule appropriate clients for an appointment at a neighborhood office, or give the caller a helpful referral to other social organizations if necessary. Thank you, Sarah Ridgley, artist and lawyer, for your generous donation of $50,000 to Legal Aid of Arkansas and the Center for Arkansas Legal Services. Generosity like yours makes a huge difference in the lives of our customers and the number of people we can serve. Your donation will provide free civil legal assistance to an additional 125 low-income families in Arkansan. What impact this will have not only on our organizations, but on all of Arkansas. We are very grateful for your support. Thank you Sarah! You can find your job here sarahridgley.com Current vacancies can be found under which? and contact our staff team at email@example.com call (877) 777-6152, visit one of our offices or request FREE legal assistance online. Interpreters are available. Llame al (877) 777-6152 o visite una de nuestras oficinas para obtener ayuda legal GRATIS. Interpretations están available.
The Erie County Surrogate`s Legal Aid Center will be closed until further notice due to CDC, New York State and New York State Unified Court System policies. For brief legal advice, please call (716) 853-3087 ext. 271 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The helpline is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. EST at 1-844-481-0973. You can also call outside of these hours and leave a message and email us at email@example.com at any time. A licensed lawyer will get back to you within 3 business days.
The Legal Helpline provides free legal information, advice, and referrals to Ohio residents 60 years of age and older, regardless of income or resources. Appointments are made in 30-minute blocks so callers can speak to a lawyer who handles calls for legal advice. If your Florida county is not listed above, the Florida Courts website provides a list of legal aid organizations that serve the county where you live or where your legal problem arose. The Central New York Legal Helpline is available to any resident in our 13-county service area who qualifies based on income. Our experienced lawyers offer a range of free legal services from advice to full representation in a wide range of legal matters. There are other legal aid organizations in North Carolina that offer free legal aid societies and other organizations that provide information about which ones? Notices, research and campaigns, as well as copyright permissions, should be emailed to our external affairs team in firstname.lastname@example.org To make dealing with your problem as easy as possible, you can call us as many times as you like and we will help you step by step or advise you on your case. Call our helpline at 1-800-952-9243 or apply online. The Legal Advice Line responds to more than 1,500 calls each month. LAL incoming call hours may close before the advertised time due to high demand. If you are applying for legal aid, you may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. Please be patient; Our lawyers work hard to answer every call we receive. When the LAL is open, you can request a callback if you don`t want to wait until a lawyer is available to answer your call.
Calls are answered and recalled in the order in which they are received, so you don`t lose your place in the queue when you choose the callback option. We will call you back before the end of the same working day. Recalls come from a blocked number in the interest of customer safety. Be aware of this and make sure your phone accepts blocked calls. As we can close earlier due to the high volume of calls, it is best to call directly when we open at 9:30. Are you a lawyer or law student interested in voluntarily responding to the helpline? Fill out a volunteer application here or call Erin Riker at 716-853-3087 ext. 249 for more information. You can also fill out our online application form at the bottom of this page.
Legal Aid is a non-profit public interest law firm that provides free legal services to low-income Arkansans with civil law issues in 31 counties. Assistance and advice to small businesses with regard to the goods and services they purchase when acting as consumers, i.e. Not intended for resale. The Legal Helpline is a free service provided by the Center for Elder Law & Justice that provides answers to brief legal questions and referrals to other legal resources for individuals in New York State. The helpline is staffed by lawyers and certified law students who answer questions on various legal issues, including consumer protection, health insurance, housing issues, and more. Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida`s (CLSMF) HELPline is a telephone, short-term, pro-se, and referral counselling system for low-income, seniors, and other vulnerable individuals with civil law issues in Central Florida. Lawyers who answer helpline calls provide immediate brief legal services and/or referrals to eligible clients. When calling the Legal Helpline, speak to an admissions specialist who will gather basic information such as name, address, date of birth, phone number, etc. and the general nature of your question or problem (helpline lawyers use this information when calling back). Providing this information to the admissions specialist will allow the helpline lawyer to focus more on your questions and explain the options. There are also many free legal services available online, but we highly recommend taking all online advice with a grain of salt.
The law varies from state to state, and those who provide legal advice often have different opinions and may not even be allowed to enforce the law. That being said, here are some of the most popular websites: The admissions officer will set up a phone appointment so you can speak to a lawyer. Then, one of the lawyers on the legal helpline will call you to discuss your legal issue during your appointment. Preventive help and advice – find out about your rights before you buy *Please note that we cannot accept requests for legal assistance via our Facebook page. If your income exceeds our eligibility criteria (below), please contact one of the following resources for legal help: If you have a legal problem that cannot be resolved over the phone, the Legal Advice Line will attempt to direct you to an appropriate source for further assistance. If you`re in the five counties around Cincinnati (Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, and Warren County), the legal hotline can refer you to an in-house Pro Seniors attorney. If you are located in another part of Ohio, Pro Seniors may refer you to a private attorney on the Helpline Referral Attorney Panel. Please note: Bay Area Legal Aid assists people with civil law problems. We do not offer assistance in criminal matters.
If you need help with a criminal case, contact the public defender`s office or bar association in your area. We recommend that you call our helpline as soon as possible if a legal problem arises and as often as necessary. Due to our high number of appellants, there may be longer wait times to speak to a lawyer. Our phone system offers a reminder feature that can record your place in the queue and prevent you from being on hold while waiting to speak to a lawyer. You can also request legal assistance via our chat function and online application on our website. For business inquiries, you can call (407) 841-7777. This number is not intended for persons seeking legal assistance. If you are not in Ohio, please consult the National Senior Hotline Directory.
You can call us from Monday to Friday between 8:30 am and 6 pm. When you call, we would like to put you in direct contact with one of our specialists. If this is not possible, we will call you back.