Domestic Violence – If you are a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking and/or human sex trafficking in need of free legal assistance in Miami-Dade County you may apply for legal representation by calling 305-579-5733 ext. 2229, emailing email@example.com, or applying online Apply Here. If you are in danger, call 911 immediately.
Family Law – If you are a low-income resident of Miami-Dade County and need help with family law matters related to adoption, custody, divorce, name change, paternity, support and visitation you may apply by calling 305-579-5733 ext. 2239, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or applying online to determine whether you qualify for free legal representation. Apply Online Here with Dade Legal Aid.
Eviction & Housing – The Governor’s Moratorium on Evictions has been extended through August 1. If you are a low income individual, family or Veteran with an eviction case you may apply for help from Legal Services of Greater Miami Inc. by calling 305-576-0080, or applying online by Clicking Here. You may also contact Dade County Bar Association Referral Service at 305-371-2646 or Apply Online Here.
Bankruptcy – If you are a low-income debtor facing financial crisis and considering filing for bankruptcy, you may apply for assistance from the Bankruptcy Project at Dade Legal Aid co-sponsored by University of Miami Law School and the Bankruptcy Bar Association of the Southern District of Florida to help indigent debtors navigate the process of bankruptcy. You may call the Bankruptcy Helpline at 305-579-5733 ext. 2237, email email@example.com or Apply Online Here.
Employment & Public Benefits – If you are low-income and need legal assistance with your Employment & Public Benefits such as SSI, SSDI, TANF, Medicaid and Food Stamps, you may apply for help from Legal Services of Greater Miami by calling 305-576-0080 or applying online by Clicking Here. You may also visit floridalawhelp.org
Probate & Guardianship – If you are a low-income resident, elderly, or have a disbility and need free legal assistance with a Will, Estate Planning or Health Care Directive and/or wish to apply to become the legal guardian for an incapacitated loved one or family member you may apply for assistance here. Apply Online Here.
Child Advocacy – Staff attorneys and pro bono attorneys represent dependent children, unaccompanied minors, and foster youth, including teens transitioning out of foster care in need of critical legal representation. Apply Online Here.
Not-for-Profits & Startups – Non-profit groups serving low-income clients that need help with general legal advice, immigration, incorporation, employment, tax exempt status, or The CARES Act may apply for services from pro bono counsel who will remotely answer questions. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or Apply Online Here.
Immigration – If you are in need of immigration assistance, you may contact the following agencies to see if you qualify for free legal services.