Free legal aid from a family law attorney can be found locally through the state court's resources, legal aid non-profit organizations, government agencies that specialize in family-related issues such as local child support agencies, law schools' free clinics and state-sponsored resolution dispute programs. Free attorney assistance can also be found online from websites such as LawHelp.org. Potential clients may have to meet income restrictions to qualify for some of the available free legal aid programs, notes CA.gov.
Attorneys who specialize in family law address issues surrounding divorce and child custody, reports FreeLegalAid.com. A state's specific judicial branch's website is a good resource to find free family law legal assistance. For instance, California's courts offer information regarding free and low-income programs from the site's self-help link. In order to take advantage of the court's resources, click on the links to find nonprofit legal aid or other options for free services. Users who do not qualify for free services can use the court's referral service that provides a list of attorneys who provide free or low-cost consultations.
Websites such as LawHelp.org assist with finding free local legal aid for low-income individuals. Users can select Get Help Now from the website's home page and select the specific state to obtain access to that state's available free legal services. The website features public resources and Bar-sponsored programs to provide low-income users access to free and affordable legal aid.