You will be able to have an initial consultation with a staff attorney, staff paralegal, or a participating attorney in your community to discuss your legal problem. We may be able to give you some information on how to solve your problem yourself.
If your problem requires a legal advocate, we will determine whether your legal problem falls within our priority plan. If it does, additional services will be provided to you free of charge.
If you need to visit with an attorney in your area, we will provide a list of attorneys in your county and pay for that visit. The first consultation is always free to you, even if further services cannot be provided. In order to provide further legal services, the case must fall within our case priorities. Services would then be provided free of charge.
If your legal problem does not fall within our priority plan, we will inform you in writing that we cannot accept your case.
You will not be denied our services on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, age, religion, political affiliation or belief, receipt of public assistance, or disability.