Legal Aid Society Clinics
Legal Aid Society hosts educational sessions and clinics on a variety of issues. These clinics are held in a group setting. We offer clinics on small claims disputes, wills, divorces, foreclosures, criminal record expungements, and consumer debts.
The clinics help clients understand legal options available to them and help identify steps they may take to resolve simple legal issues. Clients who attend the clinics and who have more serious and complicated problems are then referred to one of Legal Aid's specialized divisions for legal representation.
To view upcoming clinics, click here. A reservation for your attendance at these clinics is required. Call us at (502) 584-1254 or (800) 292-1862 to see if you qualify for our services, to make your reservation, or with any questions about an upcoming clinic.
Legal Aid Society Publications
All our services listed in one location.
This document is a summary of tenants' rights and how landlord/tenant laws may impact you.
A guide to provide clients with legal information should they face a natural disaster, including whom to contact, important information to know before you face a disaster, and additional resources.
This page contains a variety of resources related to divorce, custody, and visitation.
This page contains a variety of resources related to the legal issues of nonprofit organizations.
Self Help Resources
Through the Kentucky Online Self-Help Assistant (KOSHA), Legal Aid offers free "do-it-yourself" court forms that make self-representation easier than ever. We offer interactive forms on a variety of civil legal issues.
Visit www.kyjustice.org/selfhelpforms to learn more.
In order to learn more about the laws that affect you, check out the legal education materials posted on the Legal Aid Network of Kentucky website at www.kyjustice.org/legalinformation. KOSHA was developed in coordination with the Louisville Pro Bono Consortium and is funded by the Louisville Bar Foundation and Legal Services Corporation.
WARNING! You should always talk to an attorney for legal advice. Information is not a substitute for legal advice and/or representation.
The materials and assistance you receive from the Kentucky Online Self-Help Assistant are not a substitute for legal advice. The laws and court rules are complex. Following instructions and using the forms provided to you will not guarantee a favorable result.
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