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Florida Free Legal Answers

*On-line legal advice clinic offering low-income Floridians answers to legal questions on-line free of charge; matches participants with lawyers who can answer questions on a wide range of issues *Issues may concern family matters (divorce, child support, adoption, domestic violence, name change); landlord/tenant; bankruptcy, consumer; education, employment, workers compensation, wills and estate planning *Does NOT answer questions on criminal law *Go to www.

Services: Child Support Assistance/Enforcement, Community Legal Clinics, Divorce Assistance, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, General Legal Aid, Landlord/Tenant Assistance

Confidential

Tallahassee, FL 32301

FSU, Veterans Legal Clinic

*Veterans Legal Clinic provides free legal consultations to veterans, cases handled include: driver’s license reinstatements, family law cases, expunging criminal records, clemency applications and landlord tenant cases; some legal services may be billed on a sliding scale *Second and third year law students enrolled in the clinic, under the supervision of licensed attorneys, will assist veterans handling cases from start to finish, including appearing in court when necessary *Veterans needing help may attend clinics on Th 9:30am-Noon at the VA Tallahassee Health Care Clinic, 2181 E Orange Ave, 32304 (veterans check in at the Audiology window) and Th 3pm-5pm at the American Legion Post, 229 Lake Ella Dr, Tallahassee, 32303

Services: Community Legal Clinics, General Legal Aid, Landlord/Tenant Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance

425 W Jefferson St

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-9928

Legal Aid Foundation of Tallahassee

5/26/20: COVID-19 UPDATE: Office closed until safe to re-open; will still provide over the phone assistance *Services are for persons with a Leon County civil court case (do not have to live in Leon County) *Pro Se program (self-representation without a lawyer): offers assistance with family law programs by appointment only, cost range is $65-$95; plus client must pay for any filing fees *Pro Bono program (free legal services of a lawyer, but client must pay any filing fees): for civil cases such as family law issues, divorce and alimony, child support modification, custody, paternity, adoption, guardianship, bankruptcy, landlord/tenant issues, employment issues, discrimination, property disputes, wills, money disputes over purchases; clients must be at 125% of federal poverty level or below *Volunteer attorneys; many are members of Tallahassee Bar Association (TBA) and all are members of the Florida Bar

Services: Discrimination Assistance, General Legal Aid, Landlord/Tenant Assistance, Lawyer Referral Services

301 S Monroe St, Ste 108

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-3292

Legal Services of North Florida, Quincy

*COVID-19 Update: *Initial contact by the caller should be by phone.

Services: Child Support Assistance/Enforcement, Disaster Relief Services, Discrimination Assistance, Divorce Assistance, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, General Benefits Assistance, General Legal Aid, Landlord/Tenant Assistance, Mortgage Delinquency and Default Counseling, Tax Preparation Assistance

121 N Jackson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-9881

Legal Services of North Florida, Tallahassee

*COVID-19 Update: *Initial contact by the caller should be by phone.

Services: Disaster Relief Services, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, General Benefits Assistance, General Legal Aid, Landlord/Tenant Assistance

2119 Delta Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 385-9007

Leon County Clerk of Courts, Landlord/Tenant Division

*Landlord/Tenant Division can be reached by calling the County Civil Division main number *Handles various landlord and tenant disputes which fall under the category of landlord and tenants legal rights *Pamphlets and forms are available which provide detailed information on these rights and how to initiate legal action if appropriate *Other office location: 1276 Metropolitan Blvd, Rm 101

Services: Landlord/Tenant Assistance

Leon County Courthouse

301 S Monroe St, Ste 100

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-4110

No Rent

*Online letter creation tool that aids tenants who have suffered loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic to contact landlords *Legally vetted by non-profit housing and tenants rights organizations who attempt to offer state-based protections *Letter is created and sent by organization, see FAQ section for more information

Services: COVID-19 Control, Landlord/Tenant Assistance

Tallahassee, City Landlord-Tenant Mediation Program

*Mediation: informal process in which neutral third party assists in reaching a negotiated resolution of landlord/tenant dispute; either party can request mediation but both must enter voluntarily *Discuss issues raised, clear up misunderstandings, determine underlying interests or concerns, find areas of agreement and incorporate these into final resolution; helps parties to agree on mutually acceptable resolution *Leave a message giving problem details and receive a return call within 24 hours; it takes 2-3 weeks before mediation is set up *If written or verbal notice of eviction is already received by tenant, this program cannot accept dispute *Program may suggest calling Legal Services of North Florida or housing program offering assistance at this point

Services: Landlord/Tenant Assistance, Mediation

300 S Adams St

Office of the City Attorney

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 891-0000

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