Legal services – Requesting legal information or advice

We provide free, confidential legal help to people living on a low income in our geographic service area.  Call us or fill in the form below if you need help with a legal problem. Please note that calls from our office are no longer from a blocked number, unless you request we block our number when calling you.

Service providers or people helping family or friends can also call us or use our online form for those helping others.  (Please note we cannot speak to you about another person’s legal issue without their consent.)

Please be aware that information sent by email/contact form is sent at your own risk and we cannot ensure confidentiality.  If you have not heard back from us in 2 business days, please call us, as it is possible we did not receive it or some other problem is preventing our reply. 

    Below are the areas of law where we can help. (We do not practice Family or Criminal Law - For family or criminal law advice, please see

    If you do not live in one of the 3 counties listed above, please visit, and enter your postal code to find the clinic nearest you.


    We collect information about the people who contact us to help us better understand our clients and community. This will help us to develop and give services that reflect the needs of our community.

    If you would like to tell us about your race, language, gender, and how you like to be addressed (pronouns), we appreciate your input. Giving us this information is voluntary. You can choose "Prefer Not to Answer".

    Web or email transmissions to CALC, or to any member of our clinic, do not create a solicitor-client relationship. No professional relationship is created by viewing this website or sending an email or web inquiry. Persons do not become clients unless and until CALC agrees to act for them and that agreement is confirmed in a retainer agreement or retainer letter in accordance with our usual policies and practices.