Do You Have Any Questions?
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Yes, your household (including your spouse if still married), must make less than 250% of the federal poverty level to qualify for a free consultation with our legal aid attorneys.
Representation is not guaranteed. Rather after the consultation, CCLA staff will determine if your matter is a good fit for one of our volunteer attorneys.
No, we cannot talk to you if you are already represented by counsel.
While we would like to be able to assist on a variety of legal issues, since our attorneys are volunteer, we are limited to those practice areas listed on our website at this time.
While you may bring them to the appointment, neither friends nor children are allowed to meet with the attorney. You may bring an interpreter if you need someone to interpret for you.
Please bring all documents and any pleadings you may have to your appointment to get the most out of the appointment with the attorney.
You can meet with an attorney up to an hour.
If you notify CCLA In advance of the appointment that you do not speak English and if you are primary language is Spanish, we will try and have an interpreter present at the clinic but we cannot guarantee that.