For free and low-cost legal help with a civil case, the related link below will provide links to several legal services and referral agencies. Click the links tol "Find Legal Assistance", "Search Free Legal Assistance", and "Find Free Legal Assistance". If you have been charged with a crime that could result in loss of liberty, you are entitled to the services of a Public Defender. There is a link to Minnesota Public Defenders at the related link. Note that you will have to show that you can't affford to hire a private attorney.
The first related link below is the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association's Volunteer Legal Services Program, which provides free legal services to low-income residents. Custody cases are included. The second related link shows all pro-bono and legal services agencies in Washington; in the Statewide category at the top of the list, click the links for "Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance" (Washington LawHelp, which lets you search for legal aid programs by county) and "Find Legal Assistance" (State Bar Association, where you then click "Find Legal Help" for links to more agencies).
There are several websites one may find information about getting legal assistance in the United Kingdom. Some of these sites include Legal Aid Practitioners Group and Advice Guide.
There may be individual pro bono lawyers in southwest Missouri, but there is no directory of them; you would have to ask around. However, there are several legal services agencies that provide free legal services in civil cases. Click the related link below and look for links to "Find Legal Assistance" and "Directory of Free and Low-Cost Legal Services". That second link in particular ("Directory of Free and Low-Cost Legal Services") has contact information for Legal Services of Southern Missouri and Legal Aid of Western Missouri. It also has links to their websites.
There are a couple of websites for statewide organizations that provide legal aid (also known as legal assistance, legal services, legal help, volunteer lawyers, etc). They're easy to find at the related link below, Guide To Florida Courts - Legal Aid and Lawyer Referral. Just click on one of the links under "Florida - Statewide Legal Aid and Lawyer Referral" and you'll get the organization's web page, with links to legal services in your area or county.
The related link below has links to all legal aid and pro bono resources in Arkansas. In the Statewide category, click the links to "Find Free Legal Assistance" and "Find Free Legal Services Offices". Or scroll down to the Multiple County category and click "Find Free Legal Aid" if you are in Baxter, Boone, Marion, or Newton Counties.
One can find prepaid lawyers and information about prepaid legal services at Legal Shield, Pre-Paid Legal, Countrywide PPLS and Prepaid Legal Services.
The best way to find legal services for your divorce is to look in your local directory for family law lawyers.
The related link below lists legal aid and lawyer referral sources in Indiana. Click "Free Indiana Legal Services and Community Resources" to search for services by county or city. Click "Indiana Legal Assistance and Lawyer Referral" for more information about pro bono services and to search by district or county. There are also local county links for Monroe and Porter Counties.
One can find a legal transcription services company in Quebec through EvoluzInc. Translation Services. The Yellow Pages also would have listing for other companies in the Quebec area.
If your income is low enough to qualify for Legal Aid or other free or low-cost legal services, one of these agencies may be able to file your divorce in NY. It depends on where you are filing and what types of cases the local agency accepts; not all of them handle divorces. The related link below has links to legal aid agencies in NY, statewide and by county. The second link on the page ("Find Free Legal Assistance") takes you to a long list of legal services agencies that you can search by name or by location. Try some of the other links too; look for "legal aid" or "legal assistance" or "legal services" in the descriptions. Click the links to see the agencies' websites, which will tell you what kinds of cases they accept - and their income rules. CourtReference has a page like this for every state.
To get legal aid in Georgia - or any state - you have to meet their income criteria. Basically, if you can afford a lawyer, you can't get legal aid. Each legal aid organization has its own rules for how you verify your income, and how poor you have to be in order to qualify.Many legal aid organizations do handle divorce cases, but many do not. You'll have to contact the organization to find out what types of cases they take. Most have websites that explain their coverage area, types of cases, and financial criteria.The related source below has links to legal aid organizations in Georgia. Your best bets are these three links.The first link (Legal Assistance and Lawyer Referral) takes you to a state website with links to Georgia Legal Services, Georgia Legal-Aid (it's actually called Legal Aid-GA), and other resources.The Find Free Legal Assistance link takes you directly to the LegalAid-GA website, which lists legal aid organizations by name or location and has links to their websites where you can find additional information.The Georgia Legal Services link takes you directly to the Georgia Legal Services website which has information about case types and income at their "FAQ" link.
Finding local attorney legal services very much depends on where you live, as they vary from country to country. If you live in the UK the Citizens Advice Bureau would be able to help you find the services you need. However, countries such as Australia have a legal aid site where you can find out such information.
To find affordable legal services, you should submit applications to organizations like the Legal Aid Society. The Legal Aid Society helps people with their legal issues for free. You do not have to pay any fees to utilize the services of the Legal Aid Society. You must meet certain income qualifications, however.
Some trustworthy online business services include legal services. While online, one can find a lawyer, legal services, free information and forms, as well as verifying legitimate sites.
You can find assistance with business credit card services online at websites such as Bank of America, Capital One, or American Express. Of course the website you use will depend on the credit card you have.
I couldn't find an "Alexander" in LA, so I assume you mean Alexandria, in Rapides Parish. The related link below has links to legal resources in Rapides Parish; scroll down to "Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral" and look for links to legal services. The "Legal Assistance" link would be a good place to start if you have a civil case; the "Public Defender Info" link would be for criminal cases.
There are several organizations that provide free legal services to low-income people in Georgia. The quickest way to find all of them at once is to click on the related link below, CourtReference's Guide to Georgia Courts - Legal Aid and Lawyer Referral. When you get to that page, the statewide organizations' links are at the top of the list. Click on any of the links with "legal assistance" or "legal services" and you'll get the organization's web page, with links to their local offices, contact information, types of cases they handle, and more. CourtReference has a page like this for every state.
I can't give you specific contact information because I don't know which state you're in, but I can tell you how to find legal aid contacts in any state. If you mean Harris County TX, click the first related link below, which has links to all Legal Aid agencies in TX. These links will have the contact information you need. In the Statewide section, see the links for "Information for Texans Who Cannot Afford a Lawyer", "Find Legal Help", and "Free Legal Assistance". Also scroll down to Harris County and see the links for "Harris County Free Legal Help" and "Harris County Legal Services Options". If you mean Harris County GA, click the second related link below, which has has links to all Legal Aid agencies in GA. These links will have the contact information you need. In the Statewide section, see the links for "Legal Assistance and Lawyer Referral", "Find Free Legal Assistance", and "Georgia Legal Services". If you mean a Harris County in some other state, click either one of the related links below, then go to the Choose a State box in the upper right and select your state; then go to the Choose a Court Resource Category and select "Legal Aid and Lawyer Referral"; that will give you a list of links to all legal aid agencies in that state - statewide first, then by county.
On the AA website there is a little slide wheel at the bottom left of the page. There you will be able to see what is offered. They have services such as, fuel assistance,car battery help and windshield repair.
The related link has links to legal aid providers in OR. "Find Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance" takes you to a statewide directory where you can search by county or provider name. Or look at the county links for some local agencies.
If you mean an attorney in private practice, finding one who will take a criminal case pro bono will be difficult. Some may take the occasional pro bono case, but only if they are interested in it - and they don't advertise. However, if you can't afford to hire an attorney and you are facing potential jail time, you are entitled to the services of a court-appointed attorney. You must ask the court to appoint one. The court will give you a form to fill out to show your financial status. You can find out more about court-appointed attorneys at the related link below, which has links to legal directories and legal aid offices. Most Legal Aid and Defender offices provide court-appointed attorneys. Try the links to "Find Legal Assistance" and "Free and Los-Cost Legal Services" and "Directory of Free and Los-Cost Legal Services" in the Statewide section at the top of the page. Or scroll down the page and look for links to legal assistance in your own county.
Because of the demand for free legal services, most Legal Aid offices are overrun with requests. Many Legal Aid offices limit their intake to individuals who are the victims of reported domestic abuse and who are seeking assistance in getting a divorce, property settlement, maintenance and/or child support. Criminal matters provide an attorney for the accused.
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