Legal Services Alabama (LSA) serves low-income people by providing free civil legal aid and assistance and by promoting collaboration to find solutions to problems of poverty from seven offices located in: Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Selma and Tuscaloosa.
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Our Biggest Win of the Year
On Friday, May 12, LSA won the kind of victory that makes us remember why our work is vitally needed. The Court of Civil Appeals ruled in our favor and restored a long standing legal principle in Alabama that low wage working people get to protect the first $1000 of income from garnishment. The Alabama Constitution has guaranteed the working poor that basic security for over a century, but for two years, LSA has been fighting adverse rulings that called this important right into question.
Click here to read about this significant legal victory.
LSC President James Sandman, Visits LSA
“I want to thank all of you for what you do to uphold not only the highest values of the legal profession, but the highest values of America itself. Alabama lawyers are generous, are committed to giving back to their communities, and have a deep culture of service.” -- James Sandman, President of Legal Services Corp.
Do you have questions about a legal issue? Please visit our legal help site for information about various legal issues you may be facing.
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) awarded the One Place Family Justice Center (OPFJC) and Legal Services Alabama (LSA) with a Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant in June 2017, to assist the organizations with expanding domestic violence services. ADECA is administering the grant from funds made available to the state by the U.S. Department of Justice.
LSA welcomes Indianapolis native Lisa Overton to its Legal team in the Birmingham Office.
Please enjoy the October 2017 edition of our monthly donor newsletter: The Advocate!
According to statistics from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), 1-in-3 women and 1-in-4 men are victims of domestic violence, demonstrating the need for awareness and advocacy. At LSA, we are offering hope to victims of Domestic Violence each and every day.
There is help. Avoid Foreclosure Alabama has information that can help you.
Legal Services Alabama is proud to announce a statewide partnership with the Alabama Housing Finance Authority to help unemployed and underemployed homeowners get the financial help they need to save their homes.
Visit the IRS website for information on how to get free tax help through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Tax Season is upon us. Tim Kingston and Maceo Kirkland from LSA's Low Income Tax Clinic have some tips that may help you.