Not-for-profit law firm funded by the City of Evansville, Vanderburgh County, and the United Way of Southwestern Indiana.
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Primary geographic focus: Indiana
Organization type(s): Provider
Since 1958, when the firm was created by our local bar association, the Legal Aid Society has provided legal assistance of the highest quality to low income residents of Vanderburgh County. Today, throughout Vanderburgh County courts, administrative agencies and other legal forums, the firm’s lawyers counsel and advocate for those members of the community who have no money with which to hire private attorneys. Legal Aid charges its clients no fees.
Legal Aid uses its resources to help struggling families and individuals challenged with legal stressors to efficiently resolve their problems. However, the firm’s true impact and its value to the community are most resonantly expressed in the stories of its clients and of the successful outcomes they have realized with Legal Aid’s expert assistance.
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