Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (Gretna)
General Contact Information
How to Get Help
Have ready any documents about your problem.
Who We Are
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 Harvey office of SLLS handles cases in the parishes of St. Charles and Jefferson. Southeast Louisiana Legal Services has offices in Baton Rouge, Covington, Hammond, Harvey, Houma and New Orleans. SLLS' six offices provide civil legal assistance to low-income people across a 22-parish area. See www.slls.org to find the SLLS office that serves your parish. Southeast Louisiana Legal Services Corporation offers free legal aid for most civil problems, including family, domestic violence, landlord-tenant, food stamps, welfare, health, disability benefits, bankruptcy, consumer, employment and tax cases. SLLS does not handle criminal, prisoner and personal injury cases.
SLLS only offers legal representation in Louisiana
Who We Serve
|Additional Service Area Info||This office handles cases from West Bank Jefferson Parish residents. East Bank residents should call the main office in downtown New Orleans.|
Exceptions available up to 187.5% of poverty level.
|Your family's income should be at or below the following percentage of the federal poverty level||125|
|Is this organization accessible by wheelchair?||YES|
|Does this organization provide access for the hearing impaired?||YES|
This program does not serve: Prisoner
Type of Help
|This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:||
What is an Emergency? It's an emergency if you have been served with court papers, 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.