Toledo Bar Association Purchase Agreement

Phone: 419-242-9363 E-mail: e-mail to website: www.toledobar.org . The Toledo Bar Recommendation Program can help you find a local lawyer to meet your specific needs. Toledo Bar: Pro Bono Legal Services Program Buy a printable version of the TBA Legal Directory The legal library is open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Look for contact information for a lawyer in the Toledo Bar Association Directory Justice officers/employees are entitled to become members of the law, which means they can become members without having to pay the figures due as long as they remain on the court grounds. There are no printed forms in the library. Selected forms are available online through various agencies in Lucas County, including: The Supreme Court of Ohio has the Uniform Domestic Relations and Juvenile Forms available on its website: Lucas County Clerk of Courts Forms – Automobile and Watercraft Division, Civil Division, Criminal Division, Sixth District Court of Appeals, Domestic Relations The Toledo Bar Association also holds clinics to assist the public in cases of elimination, divorce and juvenile justice. For more information, visit the Toledo Bar Association`s Pro Bono program at (419) 242-9363. Find help to meet your legal needs through the Toledo Bar Association: The following organizations provide legal assistance to licensed individuals and low-income groups: Legal Aid Line provides free legal information, advice and recommendations to legitimate, low-income residents in northwest and western Ohio. All applicants must comply with income guidelines to obtain services.

Follow this link to submit an application for mutual legal assistance online or to call 419-724-0460. Are you entitled to free legal assistance? Contact: Pro Bono Legal Services Program The NWCA Of NW Ohio is committed to providing services to survivors of domestic violence in order to free people from a life of abuse. Their qualified staff are trained in trauma and will help create independence. A list of services is available here or call crisis management at 419-241-7386. Ohio Legal Help is a non-profit site that was designed to help all Ohioans with civil law issues. Topics include family, housing, money and debt, health and public services, crime and transportation, disaster recovery and the march to court. The site offers interactive self-help tools, including forms and references to local legal and community resources. . . . Established in 1975 in response to discriminatory housing practices, the Fair Housing Center continues to ensure equal opportunities for all people in the housing market. Here you will find information ranging from the rights of people with disabilities to the rights of tenants and homebuyers.

Do you need to hire a lawyer? Contact: Lawyer Referral and Information Service Leveraging technology and innovation to improve justice and fairness for all Ohioans, Ohio Legal Help works to remove barriers to the law so that all Ohioans can understand their legal options, make informed decisions and connect to legal and community resources.