A nonprofit law firm that provides free civil services to low-income families in southwest Virginia and has offices in Marion, Castlewood, and Christianburg. If you do not see your legal problem on this website, or if you are not sure if it is a problem that we can solve, you should seek legal help if you think you are entitled to a service. Southwest Virginia Legal Aid is ready to help flood victims with legal problems related to the recent devastation in Buchanan County. Please call 1-888-201-2772, identify yourself or your loved ones as flood victims, and we will provide you with all possible immediate assistance. Legal support for custody, divorce and other family matters We provide high-quality, courteous and effective legal services to low-income families and individuals facing serious threats to their personal, economic or family stability. SVLAS provides free civil legal services to low-income residents of southwest Virginia. We have three offices, but all requests are received by our central reception unit. The toll-free number for the intake unit is 1-888-201-2772. The host unit accepts applications from Monday to Friday.
You can also apply online at www.svlas.org. Founded in January 1972, Southwest Virginia Legal Aid is a private, nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to low-income families in southwest Virginia. For fifty years, we have provided free, high-quality legal services to the people of southwest Virginia. Our lawyers have over 100 years of experience representing clients and resolving legal issues. Our firm deals with, among other things, family law, domestic violence, consumer law, disputes between owners and tenants, housing law, bankruptcy and the protection of government services. Our lawyers and staff are ready to help you with your legal needs. You can apply online by visiting our website: www.svlas.org. It`s a quick and easy way to apply! On our contact page you will find all the addresses and phone numbers of the places.
Legal aid with public support based on need, social security issues and driving privileges We work with others to identify and respond to issues faced by people in the low-income community in our area. Legal assistance for evictions, power outages, foreclosures, housing assistance and security issues Call 1-866-534-5243 (Virginia only) or 1-888-201-2772. SVLAS provides comprehensive representation of victims of domestic violence. We do not deal with tickets or criminal cases. Nor can we represent a detained person. Up to 200% of federal poverty guidelines in certain circumstances – we can deduct certain work and health care expenses from income to determine financial eligibility. In addition, we consider your assets to determine your eligibility. Requesting services over the phone or in person and for representation in Virginia Medicaid courts will soon return to normal registration and eligibility checks. You must keep your contact information up to date with CoverVA.org. Income cases such as wage claims, denial of unemployment benefits, unfair dismissal, discrimination in the workplace and working conditions, including legal assistance in insolvency and debt recovery. Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m.
to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. OUFriday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Resources for disaster relief, the Virginia Rent Assistance Program, and COVID-19 rights. As determined by the subject and our service delivery plan. Comtés desservis: Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Dickenson, Floyd, Giles, Grayson, Lee, Montgomery, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, Wythe Comtés OU villes Bristol, Galax, Norton ou Radford.