Mission: To provide meaningful access to the judicial system in civil, non-fee producing legal matters to those residents of Olmsted County who would otherwise be denied such access due to an inability to pay for legal services.
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Eligibility Application Forms
To determine if you qualify for LAOC services, you must fill out an application form. Click below to download the form you need.
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Free Tenant Rights Clinic
Tenant's Rights Clinics are held each Friday of the month from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. You will complete an eligibility questionnaire and if determined eligible, you would be able to meet with an attorney to discuss your rights as a tenant. Click here for more information
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Free Bankruptcy Advice Clinic The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota, the Bankruptcy Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association and the Volunteer Lawyers Network announce commencement of a Bankruptcy Advice Clinic in the Twin Cities. The Clinic is a free service under which low income Minnesota residents contemplating bankruptcy, as well as pro se debtors and creditors already involved in pending bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, can receive up to 15 minutes of basic information and bankruptcy-related advice from members of the bar.
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Legal Assistance of Olmsted County, 1700 North Broadway, Suite 124, Rochester, MN, 55906 Phone: 507-287-2036
A United Way Agency - Celebrating over 35 years of Legal Services in Olmsted County
Monday through Friday - 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.