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- Find legal aid for low-income individuals and families.

  • - Locate free or low-income legal help.

  • - If you have a low income and qualify for the program, you can submit civil law questions to the American Bar Association. Volunteer lawyers will provide answers for free. They won't discuss criminal proceedings.

    • - Locate free legal aid programs in your community. Find information about your legal rights by topic, such as housing, divorce, child support, and debt collection.

    • - Find free legal aid to file for bankruptcy. Keep in mind, Chapter 7 bankruptcy information stays on your credit report for 10 years. This can make it hard to get credit, buy a home, receive life insurance, or get a job. Learn more about bankruptcy, and other options for dealing with debt.  

    Get Help from Your State Consumer Protection Office

    • Contact your state consumer protection officeĐang chơi bài for help resolving consumer issues. This office is often part of the state attorney general’s office. Depending on the state and office, they may:

      • Đang chơi bàiMediate complaints

      • Conduct investigations

      • Đang chơi bàiProsecute offenders of consumer laws

      • Advocate for consumer rights. Note: Your state consumer office cannot represent you in a case or against a company.

    Find Legal Resources for Specific Groups and Situations


    • Đang chơi bài - Search your state for free legal services providers. for individuals in immigration proceedings.

    Military and Veterans

    • Đang chơi bài - Find free legal help for military members, veterans, and their families.

    • - Find free legal clinics and other resources from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

    • - Find nearby military installations with legal assistance offices.

    People with Disabilities

    • - Locate legal advocacy service providers by state for people with disabilities.


    • - Enter your ZIP Code to find local offices on aging and legal services organizations.

    •  -  Get free legal help for problems with your pension, profit sharing, or retirement savings plans.

    Employment Discrimination

    • - Learn how to find an employment lawyer and file a job discrimination lawsuit under the rules of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).  
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    Last Updated: December 2, 2020