- 935 Baxter SE, Grand Rapids, opens a new window
- 616-456-8593 x216
Sponsors lawyer Jeffrey Portko on certain Saturdays throughout the year. Portko is available to answer legal questions including landlord issues, bankruptcy, and more.
Provides confidential and affordable mediation services, including legal, neighbor, workplace, civil rights, parenting, contracts, and many other kinds of disputes.
Offers legal information and forms about family, housing, small claims, guardianship, and other issues. Does not provide legal advice or representation.
The Grand Rapids Bar Association provides referral and information on qualified legal assistance. Arranges appointments with attorneys or provides referrals to community organizations.
The MiChildSuport portal has added a What's New section to their site to address issues unique to the COVID-19 pandemic. They have created a document of FAQs addressing questions of child support and shared custody, Michigan Child Support Covid-19 Question and Answer. Additional resources can be found at the American Bar Association's COVID-19 and Family Law Issues.
Provides free legal assistance to low-income individuals facing a civil legal problem. Will defend, but not initiate custody cases.
- 225 Commerce Av SW, Grand Rapids, opens a new window
Partners with various agencies to provide free legal guidance to low income individuals. Legal volunteers are not able to represent in court.
- 123 Wealthy St SE, Grand Rapids, opens a new window
Provides low-cost legal representation in immigration matters, through Immigration Legal Services. Staff help their clients re-unite families, obtain citizenship and permanent resident status, and assist victims of crime.
- 1104 Fuller Ave NE, Grand Rapids, opens a new window
Provides programs and services to help ensure migrants are not subject to discriminatory treatment, focusing on five areas: advocacy, community education, outreach, legal advice, and representation/referrals.
DRM is a non-profit organization which provides legal assistance for people with disabilities. Services include information and referral, legal representation, systemic advocacy, monitoring, and training.
Offers free access to attorneys for Michigan residents, age 60 and older. Provides advice on issues such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, will, real estate, personal injury, and other matters
Provides power of attorney letters, passport applications, birth certificate information, and immigration-related concerns. The center also sponsors Project H.O.P.E., which offers legal support for those impacted by domestic violence, assault, dating violence, or stalking.
Offers free legal advice for renters located in Kent County. The Alliance has two offices: West Side Free Legal Advice (671 Davis NW) and South Side Free Legal Advice (745 Eastern Ave SE). Walk-in and Spanish accessible.