Clients who seek the help and assistance of legal aid services are people seeking protection from an abusive domestic situation, drafting of simple wills, power of attorney, health care programs, consumer complaints, family matters, bankruptcy, etc.
Most legal aid clinics do not make appointments. Services are rendered on a “first come first serve basis.” Pro bono attorneys are not able to assist with criminal charges. If you have a criminal case and can not afford a lawyer, contact the Public Defenders office in your area.
Idaho Law Foundation Volunteer Lawyers Program, P.O Box 895 Boise, ID 83701-0895 Contact: (208)334'4510 Fax: (208)334'4515
Idaho Legal Aid Services, Inc. 310 North Fifth Street P.O Box 913 Boise, ID 83701-0913 Contact: (208)336'8980 Fax: (208)342'2561
ABA/FEMA Disaster Legal Assistance Program - ABA Young Lawyers Division (Idaho and Montana) 100 W Railroad St Ste 200 Missoula, MT 59802 Contact: (406)728'1694
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