LAIC participants practice throughout Southern California and are available to provide a comprehensive range of legal services.
They, and other attorneys, are also participants of Modest Means Panels with Lawyer Referral Service or "LRS". The LRS is a nonprofit service that allows members of the public to find a qualified attorney. Attorneys on the LRS Panel are screened for qualifications, carry malpractice insurance and are in good standing with the State Bar of California. These attorneys provide a free initial consultation (up to 30 minutes) by phone or appointment to evaluate the individuals' specific legal needs. There is no cost to access information through the LRS and there is no fee to get a referral to an attorney. The State Bar of California certifies Lawyer Referral Services in order to help Californians find attorneys. The State Bar is not a lawyer referral service and cannot give any legal advice or direct you to a specific attorney. Use the link to locate lawyer referral services in many counties throughout California: http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Public/Need-Legal-Help/Lawyer-Referral-Service.
If you need a lawyer and cannot afford one, you may qualify for free legal services from legal aid. Legal aid agencies are non-profit organizations that provide free legal services to people below a certain income level. To find a legal aid organization in your area, please visit www.LawHelpCa.org. The California Judicial Branch also has an online self-help center with information, please visit www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp.htm.
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