Do You Need Legal Help? Access free confidential legal services through Charlotte County Legal Aid Society

Answers To Your Legal Questions

The Charlotte County Legal Aid Society provides 20-minute legal consultations through our Self-Help Clinic. Consultations include topics regarding:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Civil Court Cases
  • Employment
  • Family Law/Paternity/Divorce
  • Foreclosure
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Landlord/Tenant (I am the Landlord)
  • Landlord/Tenant (I am the Tenant)
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Name Change
  • Personal Injury
  • Probate, (Wills, Trusts & Estates)
  • Real Estate
  • Small Claims Cases
  • Traffic
  • Wage Garnishment

There are no fees for any Legal Aid service.

We do not give advice over the phone. Appointments are necessary, as our attorneys are very busy helping people just like you.

Zoom is a web conferencing platform that is used for audio and/or video conferencing.
No, you do not need a zoom account if connecting to a Zoom meeting if you have already been provided a meeting ID and password.
Connecting to the virtual appointment requires Zoom. This web-based video conferencing system is available on all platforms with Internet access including Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android phones and other tablets. When your appointment confirmation is sent to the email address you provided, the log-on and password information for Zoom will be provided.
To cancel a virtual appointment with Charlotte County Legal Aid you can select the Cancel Appointment button from the Self-Help website, enter the email address and phone number used when creating the appointment. From there you will get a list of your appointments to review and cancel.