Useful Links


For the Public

 

Self-Help Library - Brochures and handbooks found on Legal Aid of NC's website on: Adoption and Foster Care, Battered Immigrants, Children's Rights, Courts, Disabilities, Divorce, Disasters, Domestic Violence, Education, Employment, Environment, Family, Farmworkers, Finances, Housing, Legal Aid of NC - General, Medicaid, Medicare Part D, Medical, Seniors, and Wills. 

International House promotes international understanding by serving as a center for diversity, advocating for people of diverse national backgrounds and facilitating professional and cultural exchange programs.

Mecklenburg County Bar Lawyer Referral Service matches people who need a lawyer and can afford to pay with an experienced attorney licensed to practice law in the State of North Carolina.

North Carolina Court System - If you are about to go to court, this site will help you navigate your way through the process.  You will find a list of frequently asked questions, information on how to do criminal background checks, a selection of forms you may need for your case, maps to the courthouse and links to other sections that may help you understand court procedures.

Legal Aid of North Carolina - Charlotte Office - The staff of Legal Aid of North Carolina - Charlotte Office provides legal assistance in civil matters (non-criminal matters) to eligible, low-income clients who have problems with their basic needs and live in the area surrounding Mecklenburg County .

Legal Services of Southern Piedmont (LSSP) provides legal assistance in civil matters to low-income persons in the Charlotte area and in west-central North Carolina. Our mission is to provide a full measure of justice for those in need.

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