Other places to find legal help and information:
Georgia's free legal information resources
GeorgiaLegalAid.org is Georgia's free legal information website.
Legal aid programs in Georgia
They give free legal help. Mostly they help people whose income is low for a family of that size. Sometimes they help people no matter how much they make. This is mostly people who are abused or over age 60. They don’t take criminal cases, only cases that you yourself can’t go to jail for.
Need a free lawyer? Call one of these offices near you. Don’t know which office to call? Go to Find the Program in My County to find out.
Are you a migrant or seasonal worker? Go to Georgia Legal Services Program or call 1-800-537-7496.
If you need to hire an attorney, find a local one at:
- State Bar of Georgia Find a Lawyer page
- Atlanta Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service or call (404) 521-0777
You may find legal help and information at these places:
- Self-Help Brochures and Pamphlets, videos, podcasts and Court-based Help Center Information
- Guide to Georgia Courts
Need help with food, clothing, shelter, medicine or other services?
- Georgia 211- Dial 211 from any phone
ABA Home Front
ABA Home Front provides legal information, resources, and a directory of legal programs for veterans, service members, and military families. Programs listed include military legal assistance offices, legal aid and pro bono organizations, lawyer referral and information services, and military-specific programs where available.
ABA Military Pro Bono Project
The ABA Military Pro Bono Project accepts case referrals from military attorneys on behalf of junior-enlisted, active-duty military personnel facing civil legal issues, and it works to place these cases with pro bono attorneys.