Legal Resources

Need legal help?  Check out these resources

Statewide

Colorado Center on Law and Policy

The Colorado Innocence Project COVID -19 Colorado Eviction Information and Resources.

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Bankruptcy Clinic

U.S. Bankruptcy Court, 721 19th Street, Room 341, Denver, CO 80202

Clinic for the pro se (do-it-yourself) litigant to understand the bankruptcy process. Topics reviewed include how bankruptcy can eliminate debts, the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, the effect on credit ratings, and forms for filing. Issues of creditor harassment, what a collection agent cannot say to you, and how to fight back if you are harassed will be addressed.

(303) 860-1115

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Colorado Innocence Project

The Colorado Innocence Project helps people who believe they have been convicted and evaluates these claims to see if there are legal grounds for court. Your case may be referred for further evaluation and assisted by Colorado law students.

303 492-4620

[email protected]colorado.edu

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Denver University – Colorado Law Project/Legal Services

Colorado Law School clinics provide legal services to many community members who could not otherwise hire an attorney. The school sponsors the following clinics: American Indian Law Clinic, Appellate Advocacy Clinic, Civil Practice Clinic, Criminal Defense Clinic, Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, Family Law Clinic, Juvenile Law Clinic, Natural Resources Law Clinic, Technology Law and Policy Clinic.

(303) 492-8126

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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Legal Clinic

Please call for more information.

(970) 351-7300 ext 4514

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Legal Night at Centro San Juan Diego

Meet with an attorney free of charge and get information in the areas of Immigration, Credit, Housing, Landlord/Tenant, Employment, and Family Law. Attorneys provide referrals to appropriate agencies. Spanish interpreters will be available. 2830 Lawrence St., Denver, CO 80205

(303) 295-9470

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Metro Volunteer Lawyers

Metro Volunteer Lawyers is a staffed department of the Denver Bar Association. It serves poor and near-poor citizens of seven Metro Denver Counties. If you live in Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, Gilpin, or Jefferson County, you are within the service area. Staff will conduct a telephone intake interview with you to determine whether you are eligible.

303 837-1313

Small Claims Clinics

Denver City and County Bldg. 1437 Bannock Street, Denver, CO, Rm. 117
Free informational clinic on how to file small claims cases in court and how to collect on the judgments. Tips include gathering information, forms, defending your position and court procedure. Collections clinics provide tips on how to collect your judgment. General questions are welcome but the clinics will not provide explicit legal advice nor will they directly assist in completing forms.

(303) 860-1115

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Collections Clinic

Denver City and County Building 1437 Bannock Street, Denver, CO Room 117

Free informational clinic teaches how to collect a small claims judgment. Clinics will not provide explicit legal advice nor will they directly assist in completing forms.

(303) 860-1115

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Colorado Legal Service

Legal help for low-income Coloradans seeking assistance with civil legal needs.

303-837-1313

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Colorado Legal Services-Migrant Farm Workers Division

This division of the Colorado Legal Services organization provides free legal assistance for non-criminal issues to low-income people throughout Colorado. This division focuses on representing agricultural workers who have issues involving: Wages, housing, immigration, civil rights, immigration, civil rights, benefits, food stamps, social security, workers’ compensation.

Services 303 866-9366 or 800 864-4330 

Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention

Preventative resources for evictions and foreclosures.

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Family Law Court Program (FLCP)

Provides an overview of the divorce process (with and without children). Volunteer attorneys provide information on filing for a divorce without the assistance of an attorney and will cover divorce procedures, forms, child custody, child support, maintenance, and property division. These clinics do not provide legal advice or representation nor do they directly assist in completing court forms.

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Law Line 9 – Statewide Colorado

9 News and the Denver Bar Association sponsor “Law Line 9” every Wednesday from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. You can call and ask an attorney your questions.

303 698-0999

Legal Night at Mi Casa

Meet with an attorney free of charge and get information in the areas of Immigration, Credit, Housing, Landlord/Tenant, Employment, and Family Law. Attorneys provide referrals to appropriate agencies. Spanish-speaking attorneys are available.

(303) 573-1302

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Protection (Restraining) Order Clinics

Arapahoe County (Aurora office) – 15400 East 14th Place, Altura Plaza (near Colfax and Chambers) Aurora, CO 80011
(303) 344-9016.

University of Denver Graduate Tax Program Low Income Taxpayer Clinic

helps low and moderate taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in audit, appeals, collection issues, and federal tax litigation. Representation is free or for a nominal charge. The clinic is completely independent of and not associated with the IRS.

Colorado Affordable Legal Services

Low-cost legal resources

303-996-0010

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Colorado State Public Defender

The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender provides representation for indigent individuals who are charged with a crime in Colorado.

303 764-1400

Colorado Poverty Law Project Free Legal Clinic

Licensed and experienced Denver-area attorneys will be on-site to provide individual counseling and advice on legal matters.

303 293-2217

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Family Law Matters Clinic Women in Crisis

Call Women in Crisis to reserve a seat.  Family Tree Women in Crisis offers a free legal clinic for victims of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault, divorce proceedings, allocation of parental responsibility (custody), modification of existing orders, and civil protection orders.

303 420-0412

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The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People

The Legal Center is an independent public interest non-profit specializing in civil rights and discrimination issues. They protect the human, civil and legal rights of people with mental and physical disabilities, people with HIV, and older people throughout Colorado.

303 722-0300

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Low Income Taxpayer Clinic by University of Denver Graduate Tax Program LITC

(303) 871-6331

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Rental and Mortgage Assistance | Department of Local Affairs

Find assistance for emergency rent and mortgage assistance.

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Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center

The Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center (RMCLC) was founded in 1981 to address the lack of quality legal representation for abused and neglected children in Colorado. The Center’s programs include foster parent representation, dependency and neglect representation, crisis calls, domestic violence advocacy.

(303) 692-1165

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