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Thank you for visiting our website. We are a nonprofit legal aid that provides free legal assistance to low-income and vulnerable families in 22 parishes in southeast Louisiana. To apply for our services, check out the “Get Help” button at the top of this page.
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS) fights for fairness for vulnerable people. We provide free, civil legal aid to low-income people in six offices, across 22 parishes throughout southeast Louisiana. Our six offices are located in Baton Rouge, Covington, Hammond, Harvey, Houma, and New Orleans. Everyday we:
No matter what challenges our communities face, we work every day to increase access to justice and help vulnerable people clear life's legal hurdles.
To get help from one of our offices, please click on one of the buttons below.
To apply for legal help, check out the online application below. (Please note that you must enable Adobe Flash Player from a desktop computer to access the application.)
Help us give a voice to low-income people by joining our work to increase access to the justice system. Get started today by donating or signing up to volunteer at one of our offices.
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Deanna’s marriage to her husband was full of ups and downs. Her husband was often abusive to her. But she loved
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After serving the Hammond community for over 30 years from its location on Derek Drive in Hammond, LA, Southeast Louisiana
November 11, 2019
Mark* is a proud Air Force veteran. After receiving an Honorable Discharge in the early 1980s, he worked as a
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Corp. (SLLS) is funded in part by the Legal Services Corporation. As a condition of the funding it receives from the Legal Service Corporation, it is restricted from engaging in certain activities in all of its legal work - including work supported by other funding sources. SLLS may not expend any funds for any activity prohibited by the Legal Services Corp Act, 42 U.S.C. 1996 et sq. or by Public Law 104-134. Public Law 104-134 504(d) requires that notice of these restrictions be given to all funders of programs funded by the Legal Services Corporation. For a copy of these laws or for any other information or clarifications, please send correspondence to the above address.