Self Representation Assistance ( Low Income )
Walk-in Self Help Legal Access centers are available at various courthouse locations. These centers provide self representation assistance and forms assistance in the areas of divorce, child custody, child support, guardianship, eviction, name changes, restraining orders and claimant for exemptions (garnishments). Workers rights services are conducted at the Pacoima, El Monte and Glendale offices. Mission College in Sylmar.
This agency is not able to assist in divorce cases in which the children are in the dependency court system.
This agency does not accept criminal or fee-generating cases such as personal injury suits or workers' compensation. Referrals are provided for services the agency does not provide directly. Examples of the types of cases the agency can handle may include problems obtaining financial or health benefits, evictions, foreclosures on homes, legal defense for people who have special education needs, and people seeking to apply for citizenship.
In addition, outreach workers go to Glendale to meet with clients, by appointment, about specific issues. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Individuals may fill out the online form or call the main toll free number at the Administrative site for an initial screening of residency, income, and type of legal case for which assistance is required; an appointment is scheduled or the person can be referred to other appropriate resources.
For veterans services, call the main line during designated hours.
Workers' Rights Clinics and Self Help Centers are walk-in only. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for service.
42011 4th St. West, 3rd Fl., Rm. 3700
Lancaster , CA 93534 (Physical)Get directions
(800) 433-6251 (Main Agency Number - M/T/Th/F, 9am-4pm)