Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma provides legal assistance to residents in need.
The agency can help you with problems created by the coronavirus such as if you are unemployed or unable to work. It can also help you if you have been denied for benefits such as unemployment, sick leave and food stamps. Legal Aid can help people facing eviction, unpaid debts and bill collectors. The agency can also help connect people with health benefits, and it helps people get out of domestic violence situations.
To apply for assistance from Legal Aid, call (888) 534-5243 or go to oklegalconnect.org. For legal information, check out oklaw.org.
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma is a nonprofit law firm that believes access to the legal system is just as important as food, shelter and clothing. The group’s goal is to provide free or low-cost services to eligible people, including senior citizens. Its attorneys and paralegals can help with civil, non-criminal cases involving basic needs.
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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