The ACLU of Wisconsin Foundation Inc. is a public interest law firm. We defend the civil liberties and civil rights of all Wisconsinites. There is a process for getting legal assistance. We offer speakers and workshops. You can visit our website for more information: educational resources: legal assistance and to learn about what we are doing in the state of Wisconsin. Sign up for emails at our website: follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the latest information. We also offer internships through our Youth & Legal Department. Call 414-272-4032 or email for more information.
This free legal clinic meets from 6:30-8 p.m. on the 4th Wednesday of the month at the Chippewa Falls Public Library. Volunteers are always welcome to help with staffing this project. Area residents meet with volunteer attorneys for about 10 minutes each.
Provides free general legal advice from local attorneys topics discussed include: family law: divorce: landlord-tenant: small claims: wills and estates: employment: contracts: traffic: criminal: debtor-creditor: bankruptcy: taxes: and other issues – Members of the Bar Association are available to meet with individuals for 10-15 minute sessions on a walk-in basis from 6:30 PM – 8 PM on the third Wednesday of each month at the L E Phillips Library in downtown Eau Claire referrals for legal representation may be provided upon request.;Contested Divorce Assistance, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Eviction Assistance, General Legal Aid, Labor and Employment Law, Landlord Rights Information/Counseling, Lawyer Referral Services, Legal Aid, Legal Counseling, Legal Issues Education/Information, Small Claims Advisory Programs, Tenant Rights Information/Counseling, Traffic/Parking Violation Assistance, Uncontested Divorce Assistance, Western Regional Directory, Will Preparation Assistance.
The Office of the State Public Defender (SPD) provides legal representation for persons who are accused of crimes or are defendants in certain specified civil matters: and who meet statutory financial eligibility criteria. (Taken from The Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office home page);The eligibility determination considers the applicant’s income and assets (including spousal income and assets) family size
Federally funded program to offer free legal service for people with low incomes.;Judicare does NOT provide these legal services: Criminal cases, juvenile proceedings, contigency fee cases, workers compensation, and patent and copyright matters. Helpline topics: Bankruptcy, Evictions, Family Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, Small Claims, SSI/SSDI, Utilities. Low Income Taxpayer Clinic: Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) represent low income taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in audit appeals and collection issues, and federal tax litigation for free.