Need assistance? Here are the ways Legal Aid of West Virginia may be able to help:
- Apply for Help from Legal Aid attorneys and staff through our Civil Legal Aid, Behavioral Health, and Long-Term & Elder Care (Ombudsman) Programs.
- Information & Self-Help, including legal toolkits, and guided assistance with common online legal forms
Legal Aid receives grants so that we can provide help for free. We do not charge a fee for our services, but if we take your case you may have to pay certain court costs or other related expenses. To get help from Legal Aid attorneys and staff you must generally meet certain eligibility requirements. Please click on the Apply for Help link below to learn more about eligibility and how to apply for services.
The Information and Self-help materials are available to the general public, and we invite you to visit.