VLSP is a nonprofit, legal aid organization with the mission of using volunteer attorneys and other legal professionals to assist low income residents of Sacramento, Yolo, San Joaquin, El Dorado and Placer counties with a variety of legal matters.
The staff of the Family Law Facilitator's Office (FLF) is available, at no cost, to help unrepresented parents and parties who have questions about family law issues. They can help prepare court forms and provide general legal information.
The Resource Center staff of attorneys, paralegals and self help assistants can review your documents and answer your questions. They do not fill out the forms for you. You are your own lawyer.
The Resource Center's job is to help you have your best possible day in court.
This Center operates 1-800-VICTIMS, a toll-free number that victims can call to receive free legal information and referrals.
As veterans or current military members, VLI's clients have demonstrated bravery and dedication to the country, protecting it both at home and abroad. Many of our clients have served in combat, enduring significant physical, emotional, and psychological wounds in the process.
The Self-Help Legal Access Center provides informational assistance to self-represented litigants in the following types of civil cases: Unlawful Detainer, Collection, Guardianship and Conservatorship, Civil Harassment Restraining Order, Name Change, Step-Parent Adoption and Expungements of m
Family Law refers to dissolution (divorce), legal separation, child custody and visitation disputes, child and spousal support, property and debt division and restraining orders.
VCBA can assist you in finding a lawyer for your specific legal problem.
There is an administrative referral fee of $35 payable up-front (credit card or money order).
All courts in California have a self-help center that can provide free legal help to people who do not have a lawyer.
The self-help center lawyer is not your lawyer.