Free Virtual Civil Legal Clinic Available to Low-Income People- Legal Assistance Form
The East Baton Rouge Public Library and Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS) are pleased to announce the launch of a new virtual legal clinic for eligible Library users. The legal clinic focuses on assisting low-income families and individuals with civil legal issues involving areas such as the following:
Federal tax issues
Public benefits (SNAP food stamps, Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security)
The clinic does not handle personal injury, criminal cases, or malpractice cases.
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services is a non-profit law firm that offers representations, advocacy, and legal education to low-income people in Southeast Louisiana. Legal services are free. SLLS serves people in 22 parishes across Southeast Louisiana. Federal income guidelines are used to determine eligibility.
If you have any questions please or need help filling the form out. You can call 225-231-3750 for assistance or come into any branch and library staff will help you complete it on the computer.
Once your form is submitted a member of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services will reach out to you by telephone or email to gather additional information and to discuss the next steps. Thank you.
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Name (First and Last Name)
Area of Legal Assistance Offered
Public Benefits Cases (Medicaid, Social Security, SNAP/Food Stamps)
Credit Card Collections
Landlord- Tenant Disputes
Power of Attorney
Federal Tax Disputes
If you selected "Other" please include a brief description of your issue.
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