Acadiana Legal Service Corporation Lafayette Office

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General Contact Information

www.la-law.org

Phone
1-866-275-2572
Toll Free
1-866-275-2572
1020 Surrey Street
Lafayette, LA 70501

How to Get Help

PHONE
Phone Number 1-866-275-2572

Who We Are

Acadiana Legal Service Corporation is a private, non-profit law firm. It provides free legal assistance in civil cases to those who could not otherwise afford it. We are funded solely by grants and donations. This program is financially assisted by the Interest on Lawyers' Trust Accounts Program of the Louisiana Bar Foundation.

Eligibility for our services is based on an applicant's income, financial resources, the merits of the case and availability of resources to address the client's needs.

Our office provides free legal advice and consultation to low-income residents. Services are offered in the following areas: Family Law (adoptions, custody, child support, etc); Litigation (employment matters, housing problems, etc); and Administrative Law (cases involving public benefits).

Who We Serve

Area(s)
  • Acadia Parish
  • Allen Parish
  • Avoyelles Parish
  • Beauregard Parish
  • Calcasieu Parish
  • Cameron Parish
  • Evangeline Parish
  • Iberia Parish
  • Jefferson Davis Parish
  • Lafayette Parish
  • Rapides Parish
  • Saint Landry Parish
  • Saint Martin Parish
  • Saint Mary Parish
  • Vermilion Parish
  • Vernon Parish
Income Guidelines

Exceptions may be granted by the Executive Director, if client is very slightly over the limit.

There are no fees for service.

Is this organization accessible by wheelchair? YES
Does this organization provide access for the hearing impaired? YES
Eligibility Restrictions

This program does not serve: prisoners

Type of Help

This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:
Emergency Instructions

What is an Emergency?
An emergency exists if you have been served with court papers or have a deadline or court date, or been evicted.
In the event of emergency, call or walk in to the nearest office, and explain your emergency.

Last Review and Update: Feb 15, 2024
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