Other Legal Resources
If you are not eligible or do not accept the conditions the online application, you will need to find someone else to help you with your problem. If you do not know where to get legal help, please scroll down by state a list for assistance in locating other help.
If you are seeking legal services and have not been able to find help, here are some things you can do:
- Contact your local court for guidance on representing yourself in a civil case.
You can represent yourself in court, and some courts have forms to guide you.
If you are facing a criminal matter, you have the right to an attorney to represent you in court.
- Reach out to private attorneys to request pro bono services! (Pro bono means without charging!)
Attorneys are encouraged to provide free legal services to those in need.
Contact our offices if you are seeking a referral to a private attorney in Navajo Courts.
If you are in Arizona:
The Arizona Modest Means Project helps to give low-cost legal help to people who don’t qualify for free legal services, but still can’t afford an attorney. The Project helps people get a 1-hour meeting with an attorney, for $75 total. More information on their site.
Arizona Free Legal Answers is a site where people can ask questions to volunteer attorneys who are licensed in Arizona.
You have to qualify for the service to ask your questions.
AzCourtHelp.org has help for people who are trying to understand their court case, including forms to file in court.
AzEvictionHelp.org has information for people facing eviction and housing issues.
This website has been created for general information purposes only. The information on this website is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific facts in your situation. The law may vary based on the state, county, and/or reservation status, so information in this website may not apply to your situation. The information contained in this website cannot replace the advice of competent legal counsel licensed in your jurisdiction.