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Places that Help: Delaware
Updated: January 18, 2021
If you are a victim of abuse, you may want to ask the Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service whether or not they screen for lawyers who are experienced in handling domestic violence cases. For a suggested list of questions to ask regarding the lawyer’s fees and experience when interviewing an attorney, go to our Choosing and Working with a Lawyer page.
Delaware Legal Help Link
Delaware Legal Help Link provides referral information about free civil legal services so individuals can find help from the most appropriate nonprofit legal aid organization or other community legal resources. Individuals who meet certain standards, including but not limited to federal poverty income standards may qualify for legal assistance through the online DELegalHelpLink.org link.
Delaware State Bar Lawyer Referral Service
405 North King Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Delaware State Bar Lawyer Referral Service will refer you to an attorney for a half-hour consultation for a $35 fee. Should you wish to retain the attorney, fees will be negotiated between you and the attorney.
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