Lawyers rank highest in this listicle about keeping sane during a divorce.
Money Talks News
July 23, 2015
Organizations mentioned/involved: Legal Services Corporation (LSC), Stateside Legal
If you don’t have money for an attorney, there are options:
- Legal Services Corp. Links low-income people with local Legal Aid officesoffering free or low-cost legal assistance for civil (noncriminal) matters.
- StatesideLegal. This nonprofit organization, affiliated with Legal Services Corp., offers legal guidance and advice for service members, veterans and their families. Use this mapto find local free and fee-based legal services.
- LawHelp.org. Connects low-income people with local legal aid and public interest law offices, information about legal rights, court forms and information, self-help guidance, links to social service agencies, and more. Use this map to locate resources in your area.
- Law schools. Some law schools conduct free legal clinics for the public, staffed by law students and supervised by professors. Find one near you in the Association of American Law Schools directory of member law schools.
- Bar associations. Professional organizations for lawyers can help you find legal help, including free services.