This guide provides information about free and reduced-cost legal services as well as information about hiring an attorney.
Many free or low-cost legal services are offered to low income people who are dealing with certain types of legal matters. Please contact the programs directly to determine eligibility.
Phone: (503) 684-3763
Toll free: 1-800-452-7636
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Family Law Hotline (LASO)
Phone advice for low income domestic violence survivors on issues relating to family law
• Phone:(503) 299-6101
• Hours: Thur, 9 am - 12
Legal advice and services for low and moderate income homeowners and tenants dealing with foreclosures
• Phone: (503) 227-0198
• Toll-free: 1-855-412-8828
• Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 am - 4:30 pm
Provides legal advice and representation to low income Oregonians who are having problems with public benefits such as food stamps and social security.
• Phone: 1-800-520-5292
Provides information about tenant rights
• Phone: (503) 288-0130
• Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri, &
Sat, 1-5 pm, Tue, 6-8 pm
Statewide service for low income persons who are having problems paying or receiving child support
• Phone: 1-800-383-1222
• Hours: Mon, 1 pm - 4 pm;
Thur, 9 am - 12 pm
Available 24 hours a day
• Phone: (503) 731-3100
• Toll free: 1-800-509-5439
24-hour crisis line for survivors of domestic or sexual violence
• Phone: (503) 235-5333
• Toll free: 1-888-235-5333
24-hour Spanish language crisis line for survivors of domestic or sexual violence
• Phone: (503) 232-4448
• Toll free: 1-888-232-4448