Free and Reduced Cost Legal Aid

Justice center - El paso and teller county
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Free and Reduced Cost Legal Aid

The Justice Center provides free legal aid in the Pikes Peak region. We prioritize help for immigrants in Colorado, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. Clients can obtain free legal advice at our clinics or free or reduced cost representation in court. The Justice Center also offers educational resources on family law, housing law, and immigration law.

Get free legal advice over the phone!

Clinics are available every Wednesday night from 7 – 9 pm, MST.

Call (719) 473-6212 to participate.

Your call will first be screened in order to connect you to an attorney best able to answer your question. You will then be connected to a volunteer attorney who will provide brief legal advice on your situation.


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  • Jurisdiction in El Paso or Teller County
  • Household income below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line for the Pro Bono Program (free representation)
  • Household income below 275% of the Federal Poverty Line for the Modest Means Program (reduced cost representation)
  • Employment law, medical malpractice, and personal injury cases will not be considered
  • Criminal cases are only considered for our Modest Means Program
  • Contested probate cases are only considered for our Modest Means Program
  • Post-decree cases must meet our priorities (listed above) for consideration

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Get free legal advice over the phone!  

Clinics are available every Wednesday night from 7 – 9 pm, MST.

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