There are many places you can turn to in Indianapolis if you need free legal aid.
Indianapolis Legal Aid Society
For over 65 years, the Indianapolis Legal Aid Society (ILAS) has been providing legal services to the poor and low-income people of central Indiana. They are also the only service in Central Indiana that provides an appointment within three days.
ILAS is dedicated to serving their clients with the best attorneys available and with no ideological agenda.
To learn more, visit www.indylas.org
Indiana Legal Services
Indiana Legal Services (ILS) is a non-profit legal service that helps client that are unable to provide food, shelter, income, medical care, or personal safety for themselves.
ILS serves clients in every county in Indiana with a staff of 51 attorneys and various other staff members. ILS also has many specialized projects for communities including seniors, the homeless, immigrants, and consumer.
For more, go to www.indianalegalservices.org/
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
The Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic offers pro bono legal representation to low-income families in the greater Indianapolis metro area. They also provide a housing program, Helping Hoosier Homeowners, which has no income restrictions.
For more information, or to find out if you qualify, visit www.nclegalclinic.org