ATTENTION: All regular DVAP legal intake clinics have been canceled through February 28, 2023, with the exception of the South Dallas Clinic on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, the West Dallas Clinic on the 4th Thursday of the month, and the Veterans Clinic the 1st Friday of the month. Virtual clinics will continue each Thursday.
DVAP VIRTUAL CLINIC:
DVAP and DLA Piper have partnered to hold a virtual clinic on Thursday, February 9th between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. If you would like to apply for legal assistance, please fill out this form: https://tinyurl.com/DVAPClinic
Once you have completed the form, please check your email for the clinic date and time for which you are scheduled.
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WHO QUALIFIES FOR FREE LEGAL ASSISTANCE
Any person who wants to receive free legal help from the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program must apply for assistance and meet our eligibility guidelines. The Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program helps clients with benefits, consumer, employment, family, housing, landlord-tenant, bankruptcy, expunctions and non-disclosures, probate, real property, tax, and wills cases. DVAP cannot help with criminal cases, tickets, or fee-generating cases such as personal injury matters. Applicants who have been sued should bring copies of their legal documents when applying for help.
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APPLY FOR FREE LEGAL HELP
It is recommended that you arrive early at the legal clinic to get a place in line and start completing paperwork. People can apply for free legal help at any of the following Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program Neighborhood Legal Clinics. Click the address link to view directions:
*Please note: Clinics may be cancelled because of bad weather, federal holidays, or voting. Please contact 214-243-2236 to confirm that a clinic will occur as scheduled. Please bring proof of income and residency. If you have been sued, please bring your legal documents.
*Numbers from 2020.