If we cannot help you, you may be able to get help from other legal aid organizations in North Carolina. Other legal aid organizations serve specific regions of the state or specialize in certain types of law. Below is a directory of other legal aid organizations in North Carolina.
If you cannot get help from another legal aid organization, the North Carolina Bar Association's
Lawyer Referral Service can connect you to private attorneys in your area. Attorneys participating in the Lawyer Referral Service do not work for free. Attorneys make themselves available for a one-time meeting to the public at a reduced rate, charging a fee of no more than $50 for an initial 30-minute consultation. Fees for consultations longer than 30 minutes and fees for ongoing representation are set by each lawyer.
Free legal help for people with disabilities across North Carolina
Legal help to financially distressed and limited resource farmers and landowners in North Carolina
Serving the Charlotte metropolitan area and west-central North Carolina
Providing meaningful access to the courts for inmates in the custody of the N.C. Department of Corrections
Serving western North Carolina