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(404) 373-0865

Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

SERVICES
• Referrals to private attorneys on a pro bono basis
• Advice and counsel for civil cases
• Brief services
• Representation in administrative hearings and court
• Other legal assistance
• Referrals to other services

If you are seeking representation, please be aware that clients must qualify based on income and case type, which must fall within the  Foundation's set guidelines.  The Foundation does not provide service for any clients who can afford a private attorney.  Additionally, the Foundation has residential requirements.  The Foundation does not offer specific legal advice; rather, if a client falls within the income guidelines and case restrictions, the Foundation will attempt to place the client's case with a volunteer attorney.  The Foundation cannot guarantee representation to any client, because it depends on volunteer attorneys to handle the cases. If you have any additional questions, please  call us during our normal business hours.

If you wish to be screened for potential eligibility, please call the number below between the hours of 9:00 am - 12:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

Phone - (404) 373-0865
Fax - (404) 373-7360

Clients are seen, by appointment only, after they have been screened for eligibility.  The Foundation does not take walk-ins.  The Foundation is open from 9:00 am -5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.  Our address is:

DeKalb Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
315 W. Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 561
Decatur, Georgia 30030

Client Frequently Asked Questions

How do I qualify for your services?  

Outside Resources - Other Organizations That May Be Able To Help  

I only have a few quick questions. Do I still have to be screened?  

Will I have to pay a fee?  

What about out-of-pocket expenses?  

How does your program work?  

Do you handle all types of cases?  

Will my information be given to anyone else?  

What if I get a new legal problem?  

Is placement of my case with a volunteer attorney guaranteed?  

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