Non-profit law firms both employ and have volunteer lawyers who will work closely with qualified individuals to provide them with representation, counsel and legal aid. While there are a large number of services offered, some of them include general advice and free counseling, workshops, foreclosure assistance, and representation in local Arizona courts.
Southern Arizona Legal Aid provides free assistance and representation to qualified individuals who live in the southern part of the state, including Pima County, Cochise, Santa Cruz Counties, Graham, Greenlee, Navajo, Pinal, Gila, and Apache Counties. People in need of support can dial the non-profit law firm at 1-800-640-9465.
Community Legal Services is an organization that was created by attorneys and several law firms throughout Arizona. The focus is on the city of Phoenix. They can direct people in need to legal programs and other resources that can provide them with help. Contact the organization at 1(800) 852-9075.
Family Lawyers Assistance Project, or F.L.A.P. Professionals from the non-profit firms will advise persons representing themselves in family law cases.
F.A.C.T is the name of another legal program for homeless teenagers.
Community Legal Services or the Volunteer Lawyers Program. As noted, the support is offered to low income families on a pro-bono basis. While they can’t help with all civil cases, they can be an option for families. For more information, the address is 305 S 2nd Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, dial (602) 258-3434.