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Please call our helpline at 800-834-5001 or visit our website ( and ask for help to see if you are eligible for our services. We offer support in the event of divorce. Please call our helpline at 800-834-5001 if you are eligible for our services. You can also visit our website in to ask for help and learn more about our clinics, workshops and more. Does legal aid help with divorce formalities? We are strongly committed to holistic legal aid for low-income residents. Community Legal Aid SoCal promotes equal access to the justice system through advocacy, self-help services, community building, legal advice and advocacy. We provide free, high-quality civilian services to the most vulnerable members of society, whose human rights and basic needs are at risk and for whom there are significant obstacles to justice. Community Legal Aid SoCal is open Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri. Please contact the administrator if you have any questions or request assistance in using this website. Once you become a member, you`ll have unlimited access to extensive online libraries of training manuals, advocacy examples, and important links. lists of volunteer opportunities; valuable news; and relevant events, including training and seminars. Visit the About Us page for important information about participating in this online community (including membership policies and terms of use) and general information about SoCal Pro Bono Center`s sponsoring organizations.

How can you get legal aid services to help you fill out custody paperwork to bring back the children the ex-wife took out of state without notifying the court or me? «You know that you are the David of the Galiath in the swollen judicial system; I remain «free of judgment» and free of injustice. » in 2 reviews â3) Prepare all your documents to present to the lawyer.â in 2 reviews The SoCal Pro Bono Center is a joint project of Southern California Pro Bono Managers & Directors, OneJustice, Pro Bono Net, Alliance for the Rights of the Child, Bet Tzedek Legal Services, Disability Rights Legal Center, LACBA AIDS Legal Services Project, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Levitt Quinn Family Law Center, Mental Health Advocacy Services, Inc. and Public Counsel.