Legal Aid Collier County Florida
The information on our website is not intended to be legal advice. There is no attorney relationship between Collier County Legal Aid and anyone who accesses this website. Collier County Legal Aid does not warrant the accuracy or availability of the content of this or any other website. The information provided on our website may not be up to date or may contain other inaccuracies or errors. Legal aid helps clients in need access and stay in safe and affordable housing through eviction defence and enforcement, correction of unsafe or illegal living conditions or practices, and support for seniors, persons with disabilities and other vulnerable populations through free legal services. Legal aid provides a wide range of free legal services to help eligible small and micro-enterprises promote economic growth, recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and create jobs for workers in need. Click here to learn more. You should not rely on this information to make legal decisions. Please consult a lawyer for legal advice specific to your situation. Language interpretation services and facilities accessible to people with reduced mobility are available. Adapted aids and services are available free of charge for clients and chaperones who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The Collier County Legal Aid Service ensures fairness for all Collier County residents in the court system, regardless of the amount of money they earn. Legal aid provides access to legal aid to the most vulnerable people in our community, enabling them to protect their livelihoods, health and families. We provide veterans who have problems with Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, VA benefits, unemployment benefits, food stamps, and other public benefits to serve those who have served our country. We help survivors of domestic violence achieve short- and long-term safety and stability for themselves and their children by obtaining protection and custody orders. We also help clients obtain divorces, guardianships, child support, parenting plans and child support orders. Legal aid protects the human rights of the most vulnerable residents in our community. Legal aid lawyers represent children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned in drug court. The representation of children before the dependency court is ensured only by judicial appointment.
Support students with exceptional needs at school. Providing educational support and services to children with exceptional needs Our immigration service helps immigrant victims of domestic violence, victims of human trafficking, and victims of other violent crimes obtain legal immigration status. We also represent abused, abandoned or neglected immigrant children in their applications for legal permanent residence. To find another legal counsel or legal aid organization in the State of Florida, please visit www.FloridaLawHelp.org. A copy of the official registration and financial information can be obtained from the Ministry of Consumer Services at 1-800-435-7352. Registration does not imply state approval, approval or recommendation. www.FreshFromFlorida.com. Our lawyers help make children`s lives safer, healthier and happier. Preventing Homelessness for Families Threatened with Eviction or Foreclosure Abused Women and Children Housing (239) 775-1101PO Box 10102Naples, FL 34101Family Violence Our institution for low-income taxpayers assists individuals in a tax dispute of up to $50,000. Our lawyers assist with the non-granting of tax credits, audit assistance, debt collection issues, appeals, representation before the Federal Tax Court, assistance in identity theft cases, preparation of amended tax returns to resolve controversies and other important matters.
Legal aid supports thousands of men, women and children every year.