The LSA law firm provides free, client-centered, civil legal advocacy to low-income Alabamians and collaborates with others across the state and nation to find solutions to systemic issues caused by poverty and social justice inequities.
LSA is one of the preeminent legal aid organizations in the country in bridging the civil justice gap through its recognized commitment to racial, social, and economic justice and support of a talented, diverse, and innovative staff.
Our offices are located in Anniston/Gadsden, Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Selma and Tuscaloosa. LSA offices handle civil cases only. Each office has lawyers licensed to practice in Alabama and other staff who know how to help low-income people resolve their legal problems.
To learn more about our service areas and access legal self-help resources, visit: www.alabamalegalhelp.org
Since we are a registered 501(c)(3) organization, your contribution is tax deductible. Legal Services Alabama is funded in part by the Legal Services Corporation. As a condition of the funding it receives from LSC, it is restricted from engaging in certain activities in all of its legal work including work supported by other funding sources. Legal Services Alabama may not expend any funds for any activity prohibited by the Legal Services Corporation Act, 42 U.S.C. 2996 et seq. or by Public Law 104-134. Public Law 104-134 § 504(d) requires that notice of these restrictions be given to all funders of programs funded by the Legal Services Corporation. For a copy of these laws or for any other information or clarifications, please contact Legal Services Alabama.
Legal protection from abuse
Child custody and child support
Safe housing resources
Safety plans with employers
Food Stamps and other benefits
Resources to stabilize daily life for you and your children
Information about ways to become self-sufficient
Advice and support to help you make lasting changes in your life
Community partnerships with other agencies and organizations to widen your network of services
Education to raise awareness about issues related to domestic and family violence
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Food Stamps (SNAP)
Understand your legal rights and responsibilities
Make your family economically stable
Keep your home
Preserve and expand affordable housing
Promote family, social and economic stability
Reduce the effects of poverty
Payday lending abuse
Find relief from high-interest payday loans
Defend against unlawful repossession
Protect against unlawful collection
Work out debt repayment plans
Improve financial literacy and stability
Build and retain assets
Change conditions, and change lives!
– Heirs Property & Estate Planning
– Community Re-entry (Voter Rights Restoration Education)
– Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC)
– Disaster Relief