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Need Legal Aid in TN? We Found Help!

Need Legal Aid in TN? We Found Help!

If you need legal aid in TN, you might be able to find it here! We found organizations and programs that could be willing to help you get an attorney and help you be represented in a court case!

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SoloSuit can help you file an answer.

If you’ve been served with a Summons and Complaint in a lawsuit, you can use SoloSuit to file an answer. The system is free to use and will guide you through a step-by-step process of creating an answer. For a small fee, they’ll even file your Answer for you! You can also choose to have your Answer reviewed by an attorney. I’ve used this system before and it’s excellent. Try it yourself here!

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Tennessee volunteer lawyers could help.

There are programs available that might be able to help with legal aid in TN. We found options for people who are low-income and for people who have civil legal cases. Lawyers throughout the state might be able to help with things like consultations, answers to questions and even legal representation. If you have a criminal legal case, you might be better off using a public defender.

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Get legal aid in TN.

The Tennessee Legal Aid program might be able to help with some resources. They provide legal aid in TN to people who are low-income and cannot afford an attorney on their own. If you meet their qualifications, you might be able to get an attorney who offers free consultations and can even answer brief questions about your case. In some instances, attorneys are able to help people who are low-income through pro bono services.

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The Justice for All TN organization might be able to help depending on what type of civil legal case. If you feel you have had your civil rights violated, the program might be able to help you find a lawyer who can represent you and help you with legal recourse. The program might also be able to help with other cases depending on what they are. You will need to meet requirements to get help through the program.

You could get help through the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services. The program serves low-income individuals and families who are struggling with civil legal cases. The program has requirements you’ll need to meet including meeting their income guidelines. Even if you meet their requirements, attorneys might not always be able to help with every case.

The Help4TN program is a project dedicated to helping the low-income communities in Tennessee. If you qualify for help, you might be able to get an attorney who can represent you in your case.

Find help through a Tennessee law school.

The University of Tennessee Legal Clinic provides help through student lawyers. They work with people who are low-income and people who need help with legal questions. Their answers are verified by bar-certified attorneys who are always present while the students answer questions.

The Nashville School of Law could provide legal aid in TN through their law clinic programs. Not only are you able to get answers to some civil legal questions through the program but you might also be able to find an attorney who can do pro bono work as a part of the program.

Belmont University might be able to help through their legal clinic. They use student lawyers who might be able to help you answer questions about your legal case. These students are trained in different areas of law and could provide help in different situations depending on what type of case you have.

We found legal aid in TN counties.

There are some counties in that have legal aid in TN specifically for the residents of those counties. If you are a resident, you might be able to get additional legal help.

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Davidson County

The Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee might be able to provide legal aid in TN to people who are in Nashville and surrounding areas. If you’re struggling with a legal case or you’re unable to pay for an attorney to represent you, they might be able to give you an attorney who can answers questions and represent you in court. These attorneys work free of charge, but they might not always be available for all types of cases.

Knox County

The Knoxville Legal Aid Society provides help to low-income people in Knoxville who qualify by meeting the program requirements. If you’re able to get help through the program, you could get an attorney who can represent you. Some attorneys who work with the program only provide consultations and brief sessions to answer questions. Other attorneys might be willing to represent people in court.

Madison County

If you’re in Madison County, you might be able to get help through the West Tennessee Legal Services program. This program provides legal aid in TN to people who are in the Western part of the state. They work with people in Jackson and surrounding areas who are unable to afford an attorney. If you meet their income requirements and the other requirements they have, you might be able to get an attorney who can represent you.

Maury County

Legal Services of South Central Tennessee might be able to provide help depending on your civil case. They have attorneys who provide their services for free and might be able to help if you’re struggling with your case. The program has requirements you must meet, but these may be different depending on your income and your family size.

Rutherford County

The Murfreesboro Legal Aid Society helps people who are low-income and who meet their qualifications. They offer legal aid in TN to people who qualify and could provide you with assistance if you have a civil legal case. The organization only uses bar-certified attorneys and they make sure they’re able to help people who qualify through their program requirements. While they generally only provide help to people in Murfreesboro, they might be able to help if you’re in a surrounding area of the city.

Shelby County

The Memphis Area Legal Services program could help if you’re in need of legal aid in TN. The program works with low-income individuals and families who are in need of an attorney, but who can’t afford one. If you meet their requirements and they have help available, you could get a bar-certified attorney who works on your case for free!

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Find options with the TN bar association.

The Tennessee Bar Association has a directory of all the bar certified attorneys who provide help to people who are low-income. Their pro bono and legal aid services directory can help you find an attorney who can work in your area and can provide you the representation you need for free. The bar association cannot provide direct help to anyone.

The ACLU has helpful information.

Even though the ACLU is unable to take on every case they hear, they could provide some legal aid in TN through their resources. They have listings of agencies that might be able to help in Tennessee and they have helpful information about your civil rights!

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Jonathan

Friday 9th of July 2021

I feel that I was defrauded when I bought used car from seller. I can send statement and legal research.

Sharon jones

Tuesday 18th of May 2021

I'm on disunity.My check is low because I'm not divorced yet.My check would be more if. I can get a simple divorce.I'm not smart enough to do this.but we have been apart for going on four years.I'm in need of simple divorce badly.

Hannah Benge

Monday 31st of May 2021

We are sorry! We hope you can find help here! Here is all our info on finding free legal aid https://lowincomerelief.com/legal-aid/ -Hannah

Anna

Saturday 30th of March 2019

I was raped before getting pregnant with my first child. That traumatic memory caused. Nervous breakdown. Dcs from the start has made this about drugs when that was not the case and ive been in treatment. This is causing me ptsd and more. I need legal council. The court appointed attourney was too distracted for my questions. Help please

Riley Thomson

Monday 1st of April 2019

Anna, I'm so sorry this happened to you. It's truly heartbreaking. Here is a link to our Legal Aid Directory. Please be sure to click on the link to your state for more details. I hope this helps. -Riley