Free Legal Aid in Phoenix

Last updated: September 26, 2013

If you live in the Valley of the Sun, chances are you are thankful for air conditioning on a regular basis. But when you’re faced with a legal problem and can’t afford an attorney, it may start to feel like someone’s turning up the heat. Fortunately, there are several legal aid organizations in the Phoenix area that may be able to help. Legal aid groups like Community Legal Services and Chicanos Por La Causa provide low-cost legal help for issues have identified the main areas where Phoenicians need low-cost legal help, and they offer a broad range of services to meet those needs. Other organizations target needs for specific groups, like senior services or disability services. Check out the organizations below to see how they can help you with your legal issue.

Legal Aid Organizations

  • Family Lawyer’s Assistance Project (FLAP)

    201 West Jefferson, 6th Floor
    Phoenix
    , AZ 85003

    Tel: (602) 506-7948

    FLAP offers free intake sessions to low-income people representing themselves in family court. There is a $40 fee per intake session for those who are above the poverty line.

  • Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL)

    5025 East Washington Street, Suite 202
    Phoenix
    , AZ 85034

    Tel: (602) 274-6287 and 1(800) 927-2260 (Toll-Free)

    The ACDL is a nonprofit organization commissioned by the federal government to give people with disabilities in Arizona support for their legal problems, including denial of benefits, abuse, discrimination and violations of rights.

  • Arizona Senior Citizens Law Project

    1818 South 16th St.
    Phoenix
    , AZ 85034

    Tel: (602) 252-6710

    The Arizona Senior Citizens Law Project provides legal assistance and information to seniors in Maricopa County. The Project can help with government benefits, social services, wills and probate, consumer issues, and more.

    For a list of other organizations that offer free or low-cost legal help in Arizona, visit AZLawHelp.org.