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Do you have free legal help questions?

We have compiled a list of questions we hear regularly from our clients regarding free legal help and have provided the answers below.

What If I Can’t Afford A Lawyer?

If you cannot afford a lawyer, you can get legal information and self-help tools from the Massachusetts statewide website MassLegalHelp.org. This website contains information for unrepresented people that is clear and easy to understand. You can learn about many of the most common civil legal problems, including divorce and family law, in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Russian, Haitian Creole and Chinese. This website can help you understand your situation better and help you take the necessary steps to solve your problem.

You can also get information from MassLegalServices.org. This website is intended for legal services advocates, but you may find it helpful, especially if you are going to a hearing on your own.

If you have a case in Middlesex County and are income-eligible, you may be able to have a volunteer lawyer review your paperwork or give you legal advice at the Lowell Lawyer for the Day program. You can access the calendar at lawyerforthedaylowell.org.

Where Can I Get Free Representation?
Are There Any Other Resources Where I Can Get Free Legal Advice?
If am a Woman and I Am The Victim Of Domestic Violence In Massachusetts, What Help Is Available To Me?