Seniors are able to get free legal advice from local state resources through LawHelp.org, a national network of legal help portals, reports LawHelp.org. ProBono.net, an organization made up of attorneys and other social service advocates concerned with providing the poor with access to justice, maintains the site, explains ProBono.net.
To access free legal advice for seniors, go to the LawHelp.org main page, select Find Help by State on the left side of the toolbar at the top of the page, and click on the state on the interactive map, advises LawHelp.org. Some links are to websites of local state agencies that provide free or low-cost law service for the poor, while other links are to LawHelp.org platforms that have menu links to senior advice and services. For instance, clicking on the California image connects to LawHelpCA.org, which has a specific portal connecting to advice and help for senior legal issues. LawHelp.org has Web platforms in 25 states as of 2015.
Seniors in need of legal advice in states without LawHelp.org platforms are also able to find help by searching the websites of the linked agencies, according to LawHelp.org. For instance, the Utah state link leads to the UtahLegalServices.org main page. Select Can ULS Help Me under For Help, click on Seniors, click on Click Here in the note at the top of the page, and select Senior for detailed advice on senior issues.