Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas In-Person Legal Advice Clinics / español
Free legal advice from a licensed attorney.
- Legal Aid for Youth & Teens / español – K-12 Education Issues (e.g., school discipline, special education) screening form
- Veterans Advocacy Project
- Federal Trade Commission – Report Fraud
- Victims’ Rights Program / español 800-991-5153 Legal assistance related to domestic violence or sexual assault and a variety of other support services such as protective orders, relocation, advocacy, family law, etc.
Legal Clinic Calendar
Calendar of clinics to answer legal questions and find referrals.
- Family, Parenting, and Child Welfare / español
- Overcoming Violence, Abuse, and Stalking / español
- Senior Care, Retirement, and Estate Planning / español
- Housing and Financial Matters /español
- Accessing Military Benefits and Other Veterans’ Issues / español
- Employment and Work-Related Concerns / español
- Discrimination and Social Justice / español
- Accessing Government Benefits / español
State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral Service 800-252-9690
Get matched with a lawyer and initial 30 minute consultation will cost no more than $20.
Texas Disaster Legal Help
Legal needs in emergencies.
Texas Law Library
Find legal aid, hotlines, clinics, lawyers, advocacy organizations, and legal information. You can also ask a librarian for help navigating through the resources and access e-books and databases that can help you represent yourself in court.
Principles of Participatory Defense Program / Intake Form
Equipping people with the tools needed to represent themselves and/or family members, assist attorneys when needed, understand basic court procedures and impact the outcome of their cases.
Colorado Valley Homeless Coalition
Funding to avoid eviction.
Catholic Charities of Central Texas
Helps people pay rent through emergency financial assistance.
Safe Alliance / español (Travis County) 512-267-7233 (24 hour line) or 737-888-7233 (text)
Victims of violence and their families can get wrap-around services, including legal assistance and advocacy services, providing direct legal representation and legal advice.
Texas Advocacy Project / español 800-374-4673 or 512-476-5770
Attorneys are available M-F 9am-5pm through the phone line to help with a variety of legal concerns related to domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Pro-Bono representation or virtual legal clinics are also available.
File a Protective Order for FREE
For some victims of violence, stalking, or sexual abuse, applying for a Protective Order can help to keep the person causing harm away from them. Protective Orders are always FREE at your local county:
- Bastrop County District Attorney 512-581-7125
- Hays County Government Center 512-393-7600
- Travis County Attorney 512-854-4163
- Williamson County Attorney 512-943-1918
RAICES (Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services) / español 800-437-3071
Provides free and low-cost immigration-related legal services including residency & citizenship services, removal defense, asylum seeker support, and legal representation for children and families.
American Gateways 512-478-0546 ext. 200
Immigration legal services at no or low cost, along with education and advocacy.
Catholic Charities Central Texas 512-651-6125
Provides the largest family-based immigration legal services program in Central Texas.
Protecting Immigrant Families
Learn more about immigration policies.
Texas RioGrande Legal Assistance / español / Access to Justice Hotline: 888-988-9996
The Immigration Team represents low-income residents of TRLA’s service area, prioritizing survivors of abuse and violent crime, legal permanent residents facing deportation, and individuals born abroad with lawful claims to U.S. citizenship.
ACC’s Chosen Name Process
ACC has created a process to allow students to request the use of a chosen first name and pronouns within the college’s records and systems.
Lambda Legal Help Desk
Lambda Legal’s Help desk is a resource for general legal information and resources relating to discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, and HIV status.
LGBTQIA+ Students’ Rights Toolkit
This toolkit is designed to help students, parents, guardians, and advocates seek full equality and dignity for LGBTQIA+ students in Texas schools.
Gender Affirmation Project
The Gender Affirmation Project provides free, quality service in the process of obtaining name and/or gender-marker changes on basic forms of identification.
Offering a library of resources on ID change for trans people.
IRS News Releases for Frequently Asked Questions
IRS answers questions about 2021 Earned Income Tax Credit, Advanced Child Tax Credit, Recover Rebate Credit, and more.
- Court Basics / español
- Criminal Records & Traffic / español
- Housing / español
- Individual Rights / español
- Money/Debt / español
- Name Change / español
- Protection from Violence or Abuse / español
- School & Work / español
- Health & Benefits / español
- Family, Divorce & Children / español | 512-746-5770 (Family Violence Legal Line) or 512-476-1866 (Family Law Line)
- Veterans & Military / español
- COVID-19 / español 855-270-7655 – Evictions Information & Resources.
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