Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (New Orleans office)
Información General Contacto
Cómo obtener ayuda
|Toll Free: (877) 521-6242 Local: (504) 529-1000
Please bring any papers about your issue or legal problem. Be sure to bring any court papers, government agency papers or other papers about your issue.
|Lista de espera
There may be a waiting list to get help with some kinds of legal problems.
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS) is a non-profit law office which has served low-income community residents since 1979. SLLS provides free services to eligible people through its staff and volunteer attorneys. SLLS works with community groups and social service agencies to give up-to-date information about legal issues affecting the poor in Louisiana. SLLS also collaborates with other legal advocacy organizations around the state, and nationally, in litigation and educational efforts to protect the legal rights of the poor and to improve their lives. The Hammond office serves the parishes of Livingston, St. Helena and Tangipahoa. The Covington office serves the parishes of St. Tammany and Washington. Parishes south of Lake Ponchartrain are served by the New Orleans and Harvey offices. The Baton Rouge office serves that greater metropolitan area, and the Houma office serves Lafourche and Terrebonne parishes. SLLS covers a 22-parish area. Please see www.slls.org for a map of the service area. For a list of our offices, see www.slls.org.
SLLS only offers legal representation in Louisiana
A Quién Servimos
|Servicio Adicional Información del Área
|SLLS serves 22 parishes. For information about all offices, see www.slls.org.
|Sus ingresos familiares deben ser iguales o inferiores al siguiente porcentaje de la nivel de pobreza federal
|¿Es esta organización accesible en silla de ruedas?
|¿Esta organización proporciona acceso para personas con discapacidad auditiva?
|Restricciones de elegibilidad
This program does not serve: Prisoner
Tipo de ayuda
|Este grupo proporciona los siguientes tipos de servicios basados en sus necesidades legales y sus recursos:
|Instrucciones de Emergencia
What is an Emergency? It's an emergency if you have been served with court papers or have a hearing or trial date, or are a victim of domestic violence.
You can lose important rights by waiting too long to get help. If you have an emergency, such as a hearing or appeal deadline, call our nearest office and explain your emergency. If you have an emergency and cannot reach us by phone, come to the nearest program office with all the papers about your problem.