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Low- or No-Cost Legal Assistance in Oklahoma

For the low cost or no cost assistance listed below, you will need to meet certain income or other qualifications before service can be provided.

Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services
Attorneys available for education on legal issues involving immigration, citizenship, family petitions, and more. Call for an appointment or visit the websites below.

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
A non-profit law firm assisting low-income Oklahomans.

  • AIDS Legal Resource Project provides full legal representation, brief advice, pro se legal clinic, self-help materials, as well as a confidential toll free hotline at 866-817-8151.
  • www.oklaw.org provides answers to legal questions and lawyers and legal offices that provide free or low-cost legal help for low-income Oklahomans.
  • Senior Resource Center provides aid for people 60 years of age and older; call (405) 582-0858.

Oklahoma Free Legal Answers
Submit your legal questions and a volunteer lawyer will respond at no cost. Sponsored by the Oklahoma Bar Association, American Bar Association and Oklahoma Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.

OCU Pro Bono Eviction Assistance Program
Provides free legal assistance to Oklahoma County residents facing eviction

  • (405) 208-5337

OCU American Indian Wills Clinic
OCU law students and professors provide legal aid free of charge in American Indian estate planning.

  • 2501 N. Blackwelder
    Oklahoma City, OK 73106
    (405) 208-5337

Oklahoma Indian Legal Services, Inc.
Serving Native American issues in all 77 Oklahoma counties.

  • 4200 N. Perimeter Center Drive, Suite 222
    Oklahoma City, OK 73112
    (405) 943-6457 or toll-free (800) 658-1497
    oils@oilsonline.org

Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc.
Advocate for the rights and opportunities available to Oklahomans with disabilities.

  • Oklahoma City Office
    2915 Classen Blvd., Suite 300
    Oklahoma City, OK 73106
    (405) 525-7755 V/TDD
    (800) 880-7755 V/TDD
  • Tulsa Office
    440 S. Houston, Room 302
    Tulsa, OK 74127
    (918) 581-2733
    (888) 456-2006

Oklahoma Lawyers for America's Heroes
This program provides legal advice and assistance free of charge to active duty servicemen and women as well as veterans. Visit www.okbarheroes.org for more information.

OU Legal Clinic
Under the supervision of clinic faculty, students represent low-income individuals who have cases in Cleveland and McClain counties in a variety of civil and criminal matters, both felonies and misdemeanors.

  • 300 Timberdell Road, Room 2020
    Norman, OK 73019
    (405) 325-3702

Neighbor For Neighbor Legal Clinic
Provides legal services in uncontested civil areas, regardless of age, county of residence or income level.

  • 1506 E. 46th Street North
    Tulsa, OK 74126
    (918) 425-5595

Trinity Legal Services
Offers lower cost legal help to those in financial difficulty across the Oklahoma City metro area.

  • (405) 410-4544

TU Law Clinic
Tulsa law students and professors provide legal services to underserved segments of the community.

  • 407 S. Florence Ave.
    Tulsa, OK 74104
    (918) 631-5799

Wills for Heroes
The Wills for Heroes program is designed to provide free wills to emergency personnel in Oklahoma. Visit the www.okbar.org/willsforheroes for more information.

Other Legal Resources

Free Legal Information Brochures and Videos
Free information produced by the Oklahoma Bar Association at no cost to the public on more than 20 legal topics. Printed versions of brochures can even be mailed to Oklahomans for free.

American Civil Liberties Union
Deals with cases involving discrimination, equal protection, or denial of civil rights generally due to action or inaction on the part of a government entity.

  • 3000 Paseo, Suite A
    Oklahoma City, OK 73103
    (405) 524-8511

Oklahoma Attorney General
Represents state agencies and employees throughout multiple units in the State of Oklahoma.

  • 313 N.E. 21st St.
    Oklahoma City, OK 73105
    (405) 521-3921

Oklahoma County Law Library
Legal resources available to the general public.

  • (405) 713-1353

Department of Consumer Credit
Governed by the Oklahoma Commission on Consumer Credit, this office provides information to consumers about licensing and regulation within the state.

  • Oklahoma City Office
    4545 N. Lincoln, Suite 104
    Oklahoma City, OK 73105
    (405) 521-3653
    In-state consumer hotline: (800) 448-4904
  • Tulsa Office
    440 S. Houston, Suite 320
    Tulsa, OK 74127
    (918) 581-2771

Office of Disability Concerns
State agency providing information and resources to Oklahomans with disabilities.

  • 2401 NW 23rd, Suite 90 (in Shepherd Mall)
    Oklahoma City, OK 73107
    (405) 521-3756 or (800) 522-8224
    (405) 522-6706 TDD

Oklahoma Human Rights Commission
A division of the Attorney General’s Office working to enforce the Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act, Okla Stat. tit. 25, §§1101-1706.

  • Oklahoma City Office
    2101 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 480
    Oklahoma City, OK 73105
    (405) 521-2360
    (888) 456-2558
  • Tulsa Office
    440 S. Houston, Room 302
    Tulsa, OK 74127
    (918) 581-2733
    (888) 456-2006

Oklahoma Insurance Department
Get consumer assistance, file a complaint or read about insurance basics from the state department responsible for enforcing insurance-related laws and regulating insurance companies, bail bondsmen and others.

  • Five Corporate Plaza
    3625 NW 56th, Suite 100
    Oklahoma City, OK 73112
    (405) 521-2828 or toll-free (800) 522-0071

Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Get the latest versions of the Oklahoma Non-Residential/Residential Landlord and Tenant Acts, free real estate-related publications and sample contracts like leases, disclosures and more.

  • Denver N. Davison Building
    1915 North Stiles Avenue, Suite 200
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105-4915
    (405) 521-3387 or toll-free (866) 521-3389
    orec.help@orec.ok.gov