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UPDATED June 3, 2011

Statewide Legal Services


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Statewide Legal Services
Phone: 800-453-3320
Web: http://www.slsct.org/Home/PublicWeb
You should first call Statewide Legal Services (SLS) to see if you are eligible for free legal services. If you are, SLS will refer you to an attorney in your area at one of the legal aid offices below. If you are unable to afford a lawyer and meet strict income requirements, you may qualify for free legal assistance in civil cases, depending on your income and the type of legal problem you have. Connecticut has four legal services agencies. All clients are initially referred to a legal services agency through Statewide Legal Services. If you are not eligible for free legal assistance, you will find referral information for private attorneys and attorneys who may take your case for a reduced or sliding scale fee below.

Greater Hartford Legal Assistance
999 Asylum Avenue, 3rd Floor
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: 860-541-5000
Phone: TTY: 860-541-5069
Web: http://www.ghla.org/
Email: ghla@ghla.org

Legal Assistance Resource Center of CT
44 Capital Avenue, Suite 301
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: (860) 278-5688
Fax: (860) 278-2957
Web: http://www.larcc.org
Email: larccmail@larcc.org
A collaborative project of the state's four legal services programs, its purpose is to coordinate inter-program activities related to publications, policy advocacy, and training. LARCC edits and produces most of the outreach and community education materials in conjunction with legal services providers.

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