Founded in 1997, FreeLegalAid aims at creating a website focused on giving free legal information to the public. Over the years, FreeLegalAid has grown into a robust resource, providing legal articles, plain English explanation on common legal topics (like divorce), sample legal forms, and categorized links to other helpful legal resources on the internet. FreeLegalAid is best used to become more knowledgeable about legal issues facing you, but this website is not a substitute for a professional and we encourage you to hire an attorney when the time is right.


I need a YES or NO answer only. I had no idea my divorce to husb 1 was not finalized when marrying husb 2. Husb 1 has passed. Do I still have to file an Annulment from husb 2? …

My husband of 29 years was convicted of felony Drug Trafficking back in 1988 about a year after we were married. He is Cuban and came to this country in 1980 with the Mariel Boatlift. He was 24 at the time of his conviction. He served roughly 6 year …


My lease ended 12/31/2016. When I moved in I gave first month ($1075) and 2 security deposits($2150). I had to give 60 days notice that I was not renewing. I had FedEx deliver the notice on 11/2/2016. From that moment the daily harassing phone calls …

if file small claim and win what do i have to do to colect my money …

Is it possible file a small claim via phone and online? I am in CA and defendant is in Broward County, FL …

I have joint custody with my ex who is now a long haul truck driver and is gone all week. My children stay with his girlfriend. I feel they should be with me if hes gone. I want to change our custody agreement. How can I do that? …

…I have been scammed out of money and jewerly

what is the cost to file a civil case in the broward courts …

i dont have the address of the individual i want to sue palm beach county …

Free Legal Aid is the original provider of free legal resources for those who are looking for legal help from the DIY standpoint. Since 1997, Free Legal Aid has been trying to put legal information in the hands of the people, and connect attorneys with potential clients. We believe that legal help should be free, and that attorneys will gladly provide the basic information related to their specialty for no charge as a way of showcasing their expertise. As a result, our users get answers to their legal questions for free and those who eventually need an attorney have enough information to know where to turn for legal assistance.

The focus of our site is simply information. But, we are growing into a community where legal answers can be connected to legal questions, and where attorneys can offer free information as a way of marketing legal services that eventually leads to clients. You might be looking for free legal aid in Los Angeles, for example, and from Free Legal Aid, you will get information on free legal resources in Los Angeles. Some information might be a local legal assistance office run by a anon-profit or government resource. Other legal aid information might be an article about California law. As we add more features, you will be able to ask a legal question and elicit an answer from an attorney who is using Free Legal Aid to build his or her reputation and showcase their expertise.

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South Carolina Legal Services (SCLS) provides free legal assistance in a wide variety of civil (non-criminal) legal matters to eligible low income residents of South Carolina.

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Legal Services Alabama (LSA) serves low-income people by providing free civil legal aid and assistance and by promoting collaboration to find solutions to problems of poverty from eight offices located in: Anniston/Gadsden, Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Selma and Tuscaloosa.

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I just moved out of a home I rented and my landlord kept my entire security deposit.

I got a notice that I am losing my Section 8 / Housing Choice Voucher.

My landlord wants to evict me. Can he lock me out of my home?

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for victims of domestic violence in the Golden State.

A number of non-profit organizations and legal aid advocates offer legal work programs that serve all counties in the state, specifically set on local priorities.

These organizations help low-incomed individuals and families, senior citizens, and the disabled and disadvantaged to have some form of access to affordable representation is the goal of these free legal aid CA programs.

The legal aid, pro bono work is performed by volunteer attorneys, law students, and social service experts partnering with each other, community-based organizations, legal courts, law universities, local law firms and local, state and federal governments to share and expand the resources available and coordinate the service delivered.

These free services help make vulnerable, low-income Californian families better able to:

Have access to the judicial system,

Right any wrong they have suffered,

Here are some of the legal problems or issues California legal aid can offer assistance with:consumer and debt issues, bankruptcy, housing matters, home foreclosure, evictions, poverty issues, debt collectors illegal calls and harassment, predatory lenders, illegal mortgages, high interest rate loans, wage garnishment, car repossession, credit discrimination, illegal credit card agreements, family disputes, elder law, landlord/tenant disputes, disability support, family benefits payments, welfare and health benefits, insurance problems, health care services, medical debt collectors, violence against women, getting out of an abusive or dangerous home situation, temporary restraining orders, divorce, annulments, or legal separation, battered spouse waivers, paternity, spousal or child support, custody and home visitation orders and concerns, employees rights, sexual harassment at work, minimum wage and overtime claims, unsafe or illegal working conditions, retaliation from employer, unemployment compensation and claims and immigration issues.

Attorneys and law firms are committed to provide free, pro bono legal services to low-income families and disadvantaged individuals as well as nonprofit groups.

Feel free to contact alegal officenear you for more information and advice.

Here is a database of pro bono, free and low-cost legal services in California.

FREE LEGAL AID CALIFORNIA – Programs and Services

Anaheim Outreach:  250 E. Cypress  Anaheim, CA  Office: (714) 5715200  Also serves residents of Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Placentia and Yorba Linda.

Legal Services of Northern California Auburn Office (Motherlode Region): 190 Reamer Street Auburn, CA 95603 Office: (530) 8237560

Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance Inc. 615 California Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93304 Office: (805) 3255943

East Bay Community Law Center 3130 Shattuck Avenue Berkeley, CA 94705 Office: (510) 5484040

Legal Services of Northern California Chico Office (Butte Region): 541 Normal Avenue Chico, CA 95927 Office: (530) 3459493

Compton Outreach: 725 W. Rosecrans Compton, CA Office: (800) 8345001 Located at the Thurgood Marshall Justice Center.

Serves the residents of Carson (north of the 405 Freeway), Compton, East Compton, West Compton, Cudahy, Hollydale, Huntington Park, Lynwood, Maywood, South Gate, Walnut Park and Willowbrook.

Legal Services of Northern California Eureka Office (Redwood Region): 123 Third Street Eureka, CA 95502 Office: (707) 4450866 (800) 9720002 (Del Norte County toll free)

Free Legal Aid California Main Office, Fresno: 2014 Tulare, 600 Fresno, CA 93721 Office: (559) 5701200 or Toll Free

California Rural Legal Assistance 2115 Kern Street Fresno, CA 93721 (559) 4418721

Disability Rights California 567 West Shaw Fresno, CA 93704 (559) 4762000

Centro La Familia Advocacy Services 2014 Tulare Street Fresno, CA 93721 (559) 2372961

Central California Legal Services, Inc. 208 W. Main Street, Suite U-1 Visalia, CA 93291 (559) 7338770

Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County 110 S. C Street, Suite C Lompoc, CA 93436 Office: (805) 7366582

Legal Aid Foundation of Long Beach 110 Pine Avenue, Suite 420 Long Beach, CA 90802-4421 Office: (562) 4353501 Service Area: Los Angeles (Greater Long Beach and Los Angeles Harbor areas)

Free Legal Aid California – LOS ANGELES

Break the Cycle – provides free and confidential legal services to young people who have been abused. (Se habla espanol) Los Angeles Office PO Box 64996 Los Angeles, CA 90064 Office: (310) 2863366 or Toll Free (888) 988TEEN

University of Southern California Legal Clinic Office: (213) 7450 Provides representation and pro se assistance to victims of domestic violence in the Los Angeles area who have a child with their batterer.

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles 1102 South Crenshaw Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90019-3111 Office: (800) 3994529

Free Legal Aid California – Merced, Mariposa, Tuolomne Office: 357 W. Main, 201 Merced, CA 95340 Office: (209) 7235466 or Toll Free (800) 6758001

Norwalk Outreach: 11834 E. Firestone Norwalk, CA Office: (800) 8345001.

Serves the residents of Artesia, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Cerritos, Downey, Norwalk and Paramount.

Bay Area Legal Aid Central Support Office 405 14th Street, 9th Floor. Oakland, CA 94612 Office: (510) 6634755 or Toll Free

Law Center for Families 510 16th Street, Suite 300 Oakland, CA 94612 Office:

Alameda County Regional Office 405 14th Street, 11th Floor Oakland, CA 94612 Office: (510) 6634744 or Toll Free (800) 5515554

California Indian Legal Services Inc. Main Office: 510 16th Street Suite 301 Oakland , CA 94612-1500 Office: (510) 8350284 or Toll Free (800) 8290284

Channel Counties Legal Services Association 250 Citrus Grove Lane., Ste 210 P.O. Box 1228 Oxnard, CA 93032-1228 Office: (805) 4876531 Service Area: Santa Barbara (southern portion, including cities of Santa Barbara and Goleta), Ventura

San Fernando Valley Neighborhood Legal Services Inc. 13327 Van Nuys Boulevard Pacoima, CA 91331-3099 Office: (818) 8965211 Service Area: Los Angeles (San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys, Glendale, Burbank)

Legal Services Program for Pasadena and San Gabriel-Pomona Valley 243 E. Mission Blvd. Pomona, CA 91766 Office: (909) 6236357 (909) 6205547 Service Area: Pasadena and San Gabriel-Pomona Valley.

Legal Services of Northern California Redding Office (Shasta Region): 1370 West Street Redding, CA 96001 Office: (530) 2413565

Contra Costa County Office 1017 Macdonald Avenue Richmond, CA 94801 Office: (510) 2339954 or Toll Free (800) 5515554

Inland Counties Legal Services, Inc. 1040 Iowa Avenue Suite 109 Riverside, CA 92507 Office: (951) 3682555

Legal Services of Northern California Executive Office: 517 – 12th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Office: (916) 5512150

Sacramento Office: 515 – 12th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Office: (916) 5512150

Legal Aid Society of San Diego Inc. 110 South Euclid Avenue San Diego, CA 92114 Office: (619) 2620896

Disability Rights California 1111 Sixth Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 2397861

Senior Citizens Legal Services 3675 Ruffin Road San Diego, CA 92123 (858) 5651392

San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program 625 Broadway, Ste 925 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 2355656

Casa Cornelia Law Center 2760 Fifth Avenue San Diego, CA 92103 (619) 2317788

California Innocence Project 225 Cedar Street San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 5251485

Center for Community Solutions Domestic Violence Legal Clinic 4508 Mission Bay Dr San Diego, CA 92109 (619) 2725328

Free Legal Aid California – SAN FRANCISCO

California Rural Legal Assistance Inc. 631 Howard Street Suite 300 San Francisco, CA 94105-3907 Office: (415) 7772752 Service Area: Colusa, Imperial, Madera, Monterey (North Coast and Salinas Valley areas), San Benito, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, Santa Clara (Gilroy and Morgan Hill areas), Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Yuba, Kern (northwest portion), Santa Barbara (northern portion including Santa Maria)

Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic Office: (415) 2522844 Offers legal assistance in applying for Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, including child custody and child support if you have a child with your abuser.

San Francisco Office 50 Fell Street San Francisco, CA 94102 Office: (415) 9821300 or Toll Free (800) 5515554

Insituto Laboral de la Raza 2947 16th Street San Francisco, CA 94117 (415) 4317522 and (415) 5753500

Legal Services for Children 1254 Market St, Ste Fl 3 San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 8633762

California Rural Legal Assistance 631 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 7772752

Legal Assistance to the Elderly 100 McAllister Street San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 8614444

Free Legal Aid California – SAN JOSE

Tele-Legal: (408) 2831550 (Family Law Information) Mailing Address: P. O. Box 103 San Jose, CA 95103-0103 Service Area: Santa Clara County

Legal Aid Society of Santa Clara County W. Robert Morgan Legal Services Center 480 North First Street (at Empire Street) San Jose, California 95112 Office: (408) 9985200 Voice Mail: (408) 2831535

San Mateo County 2287 El Camino Real San Mateo, CA 94403 Office: (650) 3580745 or Toll Free (800) 5515554

Marin County Office 30 North San Pedro Rd. San Rafael, CA 94903 Office: (415) 4798224 or Toll Free (800) 5515554

Legal Aid Main Office: 902 N. Main Street Santa Ana, CA Office: (714) 5715200 or Toll Free (800) 8345001 Serves the residents of Costa Mesa, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Midway City, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Sunset Beach, Tustin, Villa Park and Westminster.

Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County 301 E. Canon Perdido Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Office: (805) 9636754

Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County 301 S. Miller Street, Suite 116 Santa Maria, CA 93454 Office: (805) 9229909

Legal Services of Northern California Ukiah Office (Redwood Region): 421 North Oak Street Ukiah, CA 95482 (707) 4621471 (Client line) (877) 5297700 (Client toll free line) (707) 4624117 (Attorney line)

Legal Services of Northern California Vallejo Office (Solano County) 1810 Capitol Street Vallejo, CA 94590 Office: (707) 6430054

Free Legal Aid California – Kings, Tulare Office: 208 W. Main, U-1 Visalia, CA 93291 IN VISALIA: (559) 7338770 or Toll Free (800) 3503654 IN HANFORD: (559) 5842631 or Toll Free (800) 4173296 Service Area: Fresno, Kings, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare, and Tuolumne Counties.

Legal Aid of the Central Coast 21 Carr Street Watsonville, CA 95076 Office: (831) 7242253

Service Area: Monterey (urban and coastal areas south of Castroville) and Santa Cruz

Legal Services of Northern California Woodland Office (Yolo County) 619 North Street Woodland, CA 95695

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