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Free legal services for qualified low-income people are available from the National Legal Services Corporation (e.g., Legal Aid Society and Legal Services Foundation). People accused of a crime that cannot afford an attorney may apply for free help from the Public Defender’s office.
In addition, law school “clinical” programs sometimes provide free or low-cost legal aid. A variety of helpful booklets covering such topics as child custody, small claims, writing a will, arrest, and other common legal issues are also available from local bar associations, your county law library, the State Bar of California, and the California Judges Association.

The California Courts Self-Help Center is very informative and will help you find legal assistance, learn about California law, work better with an attorney, and represent yourself in some legal matters. www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp

Family Law Information Center
Orange County Superior Court / 341 The City Drive Orange, CA 92863 (714) 935-6269 www.occourts.org
Court staff assist unrepresentative litigants in getting through court procedures in family law matters involving divorce, restraining orders, child custody, etc. Litigants are provided assistance in completing court forms, and information kiosks are also available that guide users through the process of filling out and filing some legal documents.

Legal Aid Society of Orange County
902 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701
(800) 834-5001 or (714) 571-5200 www.legal-aid.com Free, civil legal services are provided to low-income persons and seniors who live in Orange County, and southeast Los Angeles County.


Legal Awareness Programs:
• Shortstop at (714) 480-1925
• CSP-Parents, Youth and Law Program (949) 975-1046
• Orange County Youth and Family Services (714) 543-8468
• Kids ‘N’ Crime at (714) 554-8613
• NTSI at (800) 732-2233
• Garden Grove Family and Youth Outreach Program
(714) 741-5895


Small Claims Advisor
Legal Aid Society of Orange County / 902 North Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 – (714) 571-5277 / 1(800) 963-7717 www.legal-aid.com
General legal information is provided and the Small Claims Court rules and procedures are explained to anyone with questions regarding lawsuits in Orange County Small Claims Court.

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing maintains the authority to investigate complaints of discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, public accommodations and hate violence. 1-800 884-1684

Mexican Consulate
828 N. Broadway St., Santa Ana, CA 92701-3424
Tel: (714) 835-3069

Posted by lsfsanta on 03/24/2006
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