How We Help
At the Legal Assistance Center we believe everyone is entitled to access to justice. That means that everyone, regardless of resources, regardless of whether they can afford an attorney, is entitled to use the courts and solve legal problems. Our Justice system belongs to all or us and must work for each of us.
We provide legal self-help services
At the Legal Assistance Center we help people help themselves by providing legal information, forms, guidance and resources to solve legal problems and use the courts. Although we do not give legal advice or provide representation, we provide meaningful, effective legal assistance.
Everyone is welcome
There are no income or other requirements. We can help both parties to a case.
Get the legal information you need
You can get legal information and learn about the court process.
We listen to you
We don’t give legal advice or representation. You choose the path that is right for you.
Most help is free
There is a low cost for copies and some case packets. These funds support our services.
Information, resources and connections
If we don’t have what you need, we will help you find someone who does.
Will you help support access to justice?
Learn more about how your donation supports access to justice on our Donate page or donate by clicking the button below.
Lawyers and law firms can give through the Access to Justice Fund designated to the Legal Assistance Center.