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Talk to volunteer lawyers about divorce, custody, foreclosure, small claims, and other legal issues.
Information about legal assistance for those who can't afford a lawyer. Civil matters only.
Connecticut Legal Services
A private, non-profit, civil law firm dedicated to helping low-income families and individuals obtain justice.
An easy-to-use website created by several nonprofit legal services organizations to help people with very low income find information and tools for their legal problems.
Free Legal Answers, a service of the American Bar Association
This service provides free legal advice to qualified applicants.
Greater Hartford Legal Aid
Greater Hartford Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm whose attorneys provide clients living in poverty with free representation for civil legal issues.
New Haven Legal Assistance Association
A nonprofit organization that provides high-quality legal services to individuals and groups unable to obtain legal services because of limited income, age, disability, discrimination and other barriers.
Statewide Legal Services
Statewide Legal Services/Legal Aid
SLS is a legal aid advice and referral center helping low-income people solve their legal problems.
Legal Help Finder
A free, anonymous tool to help determine whether an individual should apply for legal aid and where to get more information.
Volunteer Attorney Program
CT Judicial Branch - Volunteer Attorney Program
The Judicial Branch has Volunteer Attorney Programs for family law, foreclosure law, small claims, and contract collections. Attorneys from the local bar volunteer two hours of their time by coming to the courthouse and meeting one-on-one with self-represented parties who need legal help.
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