Services for free or low-cost legal aid and advice regarding divorce are available throughout the country, according to Cathy Meyer of About.com's Divorce Support. To receive free advice on divorce, one must meet the state requirements for receiving legal aid.Know More
About.com defines legal aid as being primarily for people who can't afford the cost of legal representation for cases such as divorce. The categories of people who generally qualify for legal aid include disabled people, domestic abuse victims, senior citizens, low-income military members and people who meet low-income guidelines.
Each state has a legal aid office to assist low-income citizens, states About.com. If one meets the eligibility requirements, the state's program or organization refers the client to a lawyer who specializes in divorce cases and child custody and domestic abuse cases.
Some independent bar associations have pro bono programs that provide free or low-cost legal services, according to Lawyers.com. These organizations have similar income requirements as the state programs. In both cases (pro bono or state), it is likely that the client needs to provide proof and documentation of income or assets. Some bar associations also run weekly or monthly free legal clinics for which lawyers volunteer to answer any questions potential clients have about divorce or other legal proceedings.Learn more about Law
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Free legal advice is available to anyone who visits an online legal advice site such as RocketLawyer. Get instant help with a legal question by typing the question into a dialog box at the site. You can also chat directly with a lawyer by calling 1-877-881-0947 on weekdays, according to RocketLawyer.Full Answer >
Free divorce forms and documents are available online through various websites, such as the U.S. Legal Forms website and the Free Business Forms website. Many state courts also provide the forms online for free, such as the official website for the state court of California.Full Answer >
Free divorce papers are usually available at state legal aid websites, and these interactive forms are available to low-income individuals, as explained by Legal Aid Network of Kentucky. A free divorce settlement agreement is available for printing at RocketLawyer's website contingent upon acceptance of a free trial offer.Full Answer >