Legal Assistance

During uncertain times, Angelenos need to know know where they can turn for legal support and information.

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Click here for information about virtual appearances and other related matters at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles.

With anxiety, fear and worry heightened during the current crisis, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is warning Angelenos of price-gouging, online scams, fake cures and misinformation related to the coronavirus. If you are the victim of a COVID-19 consumer scam, file a complaint with the Office of the City Attorney online or by calling (213) 978-8070.

Click here for more information on COVID-19 scams.

LA Represents

L.A. Represents is a pro bono initiative by the City of Los Angeles to provide free legal services to L.A. residents and businesses facing hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic. These services include helping vulnerable tenants, domestic violence victims and low-income Angelenos with employment, consumer debt and bankruptcy matters, and building a new support system for small businesses devastated by COVID-19.

For more information, click here.

Additional Resources

The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles can help connect you with legal resources to support you on a variety of issues.

The Los Angeles County Bar Association has resources to assist people who need legal help.

Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County has compiled a COVID-19 resource page.

Bet Tzedek continues to aid families with legal advice.

The L.A. Law Library is still serving residents.