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The Legal Aid Society of Lubbock works to afford low-income clients of the South Plains with first-rate legal assistance, advocacy, and quality counsel in matters of family and elder law at free and/or reduced cost. The Legal Aid Society of Lubbock provides services to low-income clients in Bailey, Cochran, Crosby, Dawson, Floyd, Gaines, Garza, Hale, Hockley, Lamb, Lubbock, Lynn, Terry, and Yoakum counties.Please click for more information on this organization. 
Since 1989, Legal Hospice of Texas has been providing timely and compassionate legal services, at no cost, to low-income individuals with terminal illnesses or HIV disease.Please click the link to find out more about how this organization may be able to help you. 
For over 20 years, the Legal Hotline for Texans has given free legal advice, self-help publications, and referrals to Texans over the age of 60 and Texans who receive Medicare. Click the link for more information on how to apply for services. 
The Beaumont office serves Hardin, Jefferson, Liberty, and Orange counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
Lone Star Legal Aid is the fourth largest service provider of free legal aid in the United States. The Belton office serves Bell, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, and Milam counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Bryan office serves Austin, Brazos, Burleson, Fayette, Grimes, Lee, Leon, Madison, Robertson, and Washington counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Clute office serves Brazoria, Colorado, Matagorda, and Wharton counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Conroe office serves Montgomery, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker, and Waller counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Galveston office serves Chambers and Galveston counties. This office can provide information, advice, and/or full representation on matters involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence and more. Click on the link for more information on this office and how to get help.
The Houston office serves Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Montgomery, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, and Walker counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Longview office serves Camp, Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Panola, Rusk, and Upshur counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Nacogdoches office serves Anderson, Angelina, Cherokee, Houston, Jasper, Nacogdoches, Newton, Sabin, San Augustine, Shelby, and Tyler counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Paris office serves Delta, Franklin, Hopkins, Lamar, Morris, Red River, and Titus counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
Lone Star Legal Aid is the fourth largest service provider of free legal aid in the United States. The Texarkana Office serves Bowie and Cass counties in Texas. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
Lone Star Legal Aid is the fourth largest service provider of free legal aid in the United States. The Tyler office serves Henderson, Rains, Smith, Van Zandt, and Wood counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
Lone Star Legal Aid is the fourth largest service provider of free legal aid in the United States. The Waco office serves Bosque, Falls, Freestone, Hill, Limestone, McLennan, and Navarro counties. This office may be able to provide services from information to advice and/or full representation on issues involving divorce, child custody, eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, and more. Click the link for more information on this office and how to apply. 
The Lubbock Office of Dispute Resolution provides dispute resolution services for governmental agencies, and persons involved with pre-litigation, civil and criminal matters and more. Please click the link for more information on this organization.  
The Match Program at the LawyerReferral Service of Central Texas, serves Central Texas, including Austin, and surrounding areas. If you would like help finding the right lawyer, for a reduced fee, to take your case, you can contact the Match Program at the Lawyer Referral Service of Central. Please click on the link for more information.
The McLennan County Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) was chartered in 1966 and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit,  tax-exempt organization that relies on dedicated and experienced volunteers who give their time, their talent, and their energy to serve the communities in which they work and live. The Center exists to provide the residents of McLennan and surrounding counties with access to quality, affordable, and effective mediation, conciliation and training services.Please click this link for more information on this service. 
The DRC-MC is a non-profit, volunteer organization which provides mediation and conflict resolution training to residents, businesses, agencies, and the courts. There is a paid staff of 3 and over 50 volunteers, each of whom has had a minimum of 64 classroom hours of training plus six supervised co-mediations prior to handling DRC cases. Please click this link for more information on how this service may be able to help.