Legal counseling and information are provided for low income persons in civil matters regarding public assistance, family law, mental health, restraining orders, pro se (do-it yourself) divorce, etc. Including:
- Public benefits (unemployment compensation, Medicaid, Food Stamps, TANF, child care assistance, and Social Security disability benefits)
- Housing (evictions, warranty of habitability, public housing and Section 8 issues, and utility shutoffs)
- Family (divorce, custody and paternity cases with domestic violence, child endangerment, disability, or a language barrier)
- Consumer (Chapter 7 bankruptcy, consumer rights, and collections)
- Foreclosure and homeowners rights
No misdemeanor, traffic violation, criminal, or fee-generated cases accepted.
Call for appointment and required documents.
Legal Night (interpreters available)
When: Call Weld County Legal Services for dates and times.
Our Lady of Peace Church, 1311 3rd St., Greeley
No appointment needed, but please arrive early to speak with an attorney.
Presented by the CO Lawyers Committee, the CO Bar Assoc. Spanish Speaking Lawyers Assoc., and Weld County Legal Services.
This is an opportunity to speak w/attorney about legal issues and available resources. The lawyers will not be able to represent clients or take cases, but they will attempt to answer questions and direct individuals to other resources for help.
Examples of legal issues:
- Immigration issues
- Deportation or proceedings in immigration court
- Bankruptcy or other credit issues
- Foreclosure issues
- Child custody or child support
- Criminal charges
- DUI or other traffic ticket
Space is limited; Arrive early.
Must meet income requirements as well as citizen or non-citizen requirements. More specifically:
- Unable to assist undocumented immigrants, unless they are a victim of human trafficking, domestic violence, or other crimes.
- Able to help individuals with documentation of legal status regardless of situation.