Pro Bono Resources and Links
There are more resources for people in dire need of free legal help than you might suppose. This is because attorneys often take cases for low-income clients without charging a legal fee. An attorney volunteering their time to help such a client is representing you "pro bono" (for the public good).
The issue is determining whether you qualify for pro bono representation and finding the right organization or attorney to help you. While numerous legal assistance organizations and programs exist, they are in high demand. That is why it is a good idea to know about resources in your community and how to contact them.
Here you can find various resources to help you in your search for a pro bono attorney, along with some tips on finding the right one.