Disaster Aid: www.disasterassistance.gov or 1-800-621-FEMA (3362).
Go here to see our special commemorative booklet.
SLLS helps people clear life's legal hurdles. Go here to learn about what we do.
Our online application is available anytime. Go here to use the online form to apply for free legal help. Go here to find an SLLS office.
Holiday closures: all SLLS offices will be closed Monday, December 25, 2017, Tuesday, December 26, 2017, Friday December 29, 2017, and Monday, January 1, 2018. SLLS wishes everyone safe and happy holidays and a joyous New Year.
SLLS only offers civil legal representation in Louisiana.
Please consider celebrating the SLLS golden anniversary by making a donation. Go here to use "Just Give" to make your contribution online.
SLLS is celebrating its 50th all year long. Go here to learn more about the SLLS golden anniversary celebration. Here is an image from our reception at the Supreme Court of Louisiana.
Go here to see our community calendar.
Next SLLS Board Meeting:
December 13, 2017 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the SLLS Baton Rouge Office, 715 St. Ferdinand St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802
How We Help: Client Services
Client services for these problems:
Domestic Violence and Other Family Problems
Consumer Law Problems
Low Income Taxpayer Problems
Oil Spill Claims
Home Mortgage Foreclosures
Child Victims of Abuse and/or Neglect
(Court appointment to represent Children in Need of Care)
How to ask SLLS for help.
You can seek help from SLLS in any one of these three ways:
- You can call an SLLS office. Find the office nearest you from the list of SLLS offices on the right side of this page.
- You can apply online.
- You can visit an SLLS office. Find the office nearest you from the list of SLLS offices on the right side of this page.
Some offices limit hours for intake.
It is a good idea to call before you go to an SLLS office. When you go, bring your papers about your legal issue with you, especially if you have court papers.
If you have any emergency, we will see you as soon as we can. We ask that you call first if your problem is not an emergency. When you come in, bring any and all papers you have about your problem.
What to do if you are unable to come to an SLLS office in person.
If you are disabled or you cannot travel to one of our offices, call us to arrange a telephone intake interview.
Here is special information for emergencies.
You can lose important rights by waiting too long to get help. If you have an emergency, such as a hearing or appeal deadline, call our nearest office and explain. If you have an emergency and cannot reach us by phone, come to the nearest program office with all the papers about your problem.