Civil legal aid programs nationwide provide direct legal representation, advice and counseling, community education and self-help and technology tools that can help low-income and middle-class families understand their legal options.

 

All of these resources can both improve outcomes in the justice system and help problems get resolved without going to court. When litigation is unavoidable, they can help cases move through the courts more effectively and more efficiently - which saves time and money for all.

Practice Areas

 

Choose from the menu options below to learn more about the kinds of problems Legal Aid can help you with.

Legal Aid does NOT provde advice or representation about criminal issues and cannot help with a traffic ticket.

Consumer / Debt Collection

 

Family Law (Custody/Child Support & Divorce)

Domestic Violence

Employment

Housing

Public Benefits

Other Legal Problems