Onondaga Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc. is changing its name to Legal Services of Central New York, Inc. to reflect its expanded service area, which now includes Oswego, Cayuga, Cortland and Jefferson counties in addition to Onondaga County. Visit our legal aid directory to find legal help, or chat with a LiveHelp representative to help you navigate the site. Our mission is to provide free legal assistance to people throughout the central New York area. The obvious truth is that legal representation in civil cases involving the basic necessities of life is fundamental to the administration of justice. Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that provides free information, advice, and civil representation to residents of Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego, Oneida, Herkimer, Cayuga, Onondaga, Madison, Cortland, Chenango, Otsego, Broome, and Delaware counties, as well as to New York State farm workers who are eligible and cannot afford to hire an attorney to assist them with civil law issues and issues. Our organization has offices in Utica, New Paltz (farm workers only), Binghamton, Oneonta, Cooperstown, Syracuse, Oswego and Watertown. Please use the directory to find out how to contact each office. Free legal aid. Ayuda legal gratuita.
Free legal aid. Free and legal. مساعدة قانونية مجانية Бесплатная юридическая помощь. ความช่วยเหลือด้านกฎหมายฟรี. Trợ giúp pháp lý miễn phí. Caawin sharci oo bilaash ah. नि: शुल्क कानुनी सहयोग. (877) 777-6152 Central New York City Legal Services, the Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York and the Onondaga County Volunteer Lawyer Project are moving to the George H. Lowe Center for Justice at 221 South Warren Street in Syracuse, bringing together under one roof several providers of free legal services to low-income people.
If you are interested in legal services at one of our clinics, please call us at 315.443.4582 or toll free at 888.797.5291 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. The Office of Clinical Legal Education represents individuals and groups in Siracusa and surrounding communities who cannot afford private lawyers or other available legal services. Justice, equality and opportunity for all people in the 13-county region where we operate. Central New York Legal Services, Mid-New York Legal Aid Society, and Broome and Chenango County Legal Aid organize the 3 organizations into 2 separate 501(c)(3) organizations – Legal Services of Central New York and the Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York. As a result, LSCNY is now able to represent non-citizens, file class actions and amicus curiae briefs, and pursue other legal strategies to better serve its clients. Onondaga Neighborhood Legal Services, serving the greater Siracusa area, is established with a focus on providing free legal services to low-income individuals and families.
Central New York Legal Services and the Mid-New York Legal Aid Society together form the Central New York Legal Helpline, which allows low-income people in all 13 boroughs to call a toll-free number for free legal advice, improving the accessibility of legal services. Four major providers of free legal services are located at 221 South Warren Street in Syracuse while the Hiscock Legal Aid Society moves part of its office to the George H. Lowe Center for Justice. Join us in the fight for justice and opportunity. With your support, central New York can be a fair and equitable place for all. Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth (315) 435-2362421 Montgomery StreetSyracuse, NY 13202Consumers, Seniors, Estate Planning and Family July 1, 2018 Legal Services of Central New York Launches New Online Registration Form to Better Serve Our Clients Legal Services of Central New York is a 501c3 non-profit organization. A copy of our most recently filed financial report is available on the Register of Charities on the NYS Attorney General`s website (www.charitiesnys.com) or from the NYS Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 28 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10005, or from Legal Services of Central New York, 221 South Warren Street, Suite 300, Syracuse, NY 13202. Information about nonprofits can also be obtained from the NYS Attorney General`s Office at www.charitiesnys.com or (212) 416-8401. 472 South Salina Street Suite 300 Syracuse, NY 13202 United States American Indian Law Alliance PO Box 336DeWitt, NY 13214Business, Civil Liberties, Divorce and Estate Planning. Free undisputed divorce assistance for low-income clients.