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Free Legal Help

West Virginia

There are many legal aid and pro bono programs in communities that provide legal help for the poor. People with income below the federal poverty guidelines are generally eligible for free legal help through these programs. People who are elderly, disabled, the victims of domestic violence, enlisted in the military or in other special circumstances also may be eligible for help even if their income is a little higher.

Legal Services
Federally funded legal services offices provide lawyers who are experts in helping poor people with legal problems. (learn more...)

Pro Bono
Pro Bono programs match low-income clients with volunteer lawyers, who agree to take their cases for free. (learn more...)

Other Sources for Legal Help
This directory includes other sources of legal assistance for low and moderate-income people. Some of these offices provide free services, and others may charge a fee. (learn more...)

Help for People in Special Circumstances
Nationwide directory of programs that help senior citizens, people with disabilities, victims of domestic violence, and other specific populations. (learn more...)

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