We offer legal information, free advice and referrals to low-income people from Louisiana who do not have direct access to legal representation or cannot afford a private (paid) attorney. This help includes both information about free legal clinics in Louisiana
and surrounding cities as well as free legal counseling provided by volunteer lawyers and specialists. Unlike traditional voluntary associations for consumer protection, our services include "independent" legal services in all fields of law in the USA. Many legal clinics (hotline) will help you with civil legal issues related to, for example, family law
and domestic violence as well as with communication with authorities and the government or with filling out all the necessary forms for the court or the executor. Pro bono legal services in Louisiana are meant primarily for singel mothers, abused partners, and underprivileged citizens. However, they can be appreciated simply by anyone who suddenly finds himself in a difficult life situation and needs legal advice or, alternatively, by anyone who needs psychological support.
Resolve Your Legal Case: Louisiana
Free legal aid
for civil cases in Louisiana is currently provided by a variety of public interest lawyers (law firms) and community legal clinics (pro-bono services without payment), which are guaranteed legal representation in the form of public defenders as well. Are you looking for immediate help? Are you an immigrant
or low income person and do you not speak English very well? Our users (lawyers and law students) will help you to find relevant legal basis and develop a legal argument for your case. How to file for divorce in Louisiana? Get answers to your questions
about getting divorced or resolving your dispute out of Louisiana's court.