FREE LEGAL AID MINNESOTA - PRO BONO HELP
Find resources that provide free legal aid Minnesota and practical tips for low income State residents.
Family law: adoption, dissolution of marriage, domestic violence, child support, custody and paternity.
Lavender law: issues facing LBT women.
Employment law: job discrimination, FMLA, wrongful termination, and unemployment benefits.
Child protection: termination of parental rights, voluntary placements, family assessments, removal of a child.
Other issues: AIDS/HIV, Bankruptcy, Community Economic Development, Consumer, Education, Elder Law, Employment, Health, Housing, Individual Rights, Juvenile, Public Benefits, Real Estate, Torts, Wills.
FREE LEGAL AID MINNESOTA
MINNEAPOLIS - Free Legal Aid Minnesota
Minnesota AIDS Project 1400 Park Ave Ste South Minneapolis MN Zipcode: 55404-1550 Phone: 612-341-2060 Fax: 612-341-4057
Volunteer Lawyers Network 600 Nicollet Mall Ste 390A Minneapolis MN 55402-1039 Phone: 612-752-6655 and 612-752-6677 Fax: 612-752-6656 Intake Phone: 612-752-6677
Case Types: Divorce, Child Custody, Domestic Violence, Adoption, Bankruptcy, Housing, Immigration, Community Economic Development, Consumer, Education, Elder Law, Employment, Health, Juvenile, Real Estate, Torts, Wills
Case Restrictions: Must be resident of Hennepin County or case is in Hennepin County, except bankruptcy, which is statewide. Financial eligibility is 125% of poverty level for full representation, 187.5% for phone advice and 300% for community clinics - advice only.
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights Refugee & Asylum Project - Free Legal Aid Minnesota 310 4th Ave S Ste 1000 Minneapolis MN Zipcode: 55415-1016 Phone: 612-341-3302 & 612-341-9845 Fax: 612-341-2971 Case Types: Immigration, Individual Rights & Asylum
Chrysalis, A Center for Women - Case Types: Child Custody, Dissolution of Marriage, Domestic Violence. 4432 Chicago Avenue South Minneapolis MN 55407 Phone: 612-871-0118 Fax: 612-870-2403
The Chrysalis Center recruits attorneys from law firms to represent battered women seeking orders for protection. In order for protection cases, the alleged abuser must be represented by an attorney or the battered woman must be seeking legal remedies on behalf of her children.
Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis Volunteer Family Law Program 430 1st Ave N Minneapolis MN 55401-1738 Phone: 612-332-1441 and 612-334-5970 Fax: 612-334-5755 Case Types: Child Custody, Divorce
MINNESOTA LEGAL SERVICES COALITION 46 East 4th Street, Suite 900 St. Paul Minnesota 55101 Phone: 612-228-9105
For directions to Law Clinic sites, call 612-871-0118, and select option 5.
Legal Information Sessions: Divorce Information & Child Custody and Child Support.
Registration & Cost: No registration required. $20 per Information Session. Free for individuals who meet low-income guidelines
Apple Valley: Galaxie Library, 14955 Galaxie Avenue
Bloomington: Cornerstone Advocacy Service, 1000 E 80th St
Brooklyn Center: Brookdale Library, 6125 Shingle Creek Pkwy
Chrysalis: 4432 Chicago Ave S, Minneapolis (directions to Chrysalis)
Edina: Southdale Library, 7001 York Ave S
St. Paul: Seton/Catholic Charities, 1276 University Ave W
Minnetonka: Ridgedale Library, 12601 Ridgedale Drive
For specific directions to these sites, please call 612-871-0118, and select option 5.