Places that Help: North Carolina
Included in this list are organizations that may provide free or low-cost legal services. Even if the organization does not have a lawyer available to represent you in court, you may want to ask if there is a lawyer who you can consult with to get advice.
Student volunteers, supervised by attorneys, represent people who can’t afford to hire a lawyer in a variety of cases. Contact the schools below for more information and to find out if they can take your case.
For those who do not qualify for free legal assistance, we link to the state’s Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service(s) for private attorneys.
WomensLaw serves and supports all survivors, no matter their sex or gender.
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