Due to COVID-19 concerns, all Legal Aid of Nebraska offices, including our Access to Justice Self-Help Centers, are closed to the public until further notice. Legal Aid is still operating and our staff is working. If you would like to apply for legal services, our statewide phone lines are available at our Call For Help page. You can also apply online through Law Help Nebraska.
Current clients can call their attorney and leave a message. View attorney contact information at our Staff page.
You can find information about COVID-19 legal issues here.
COVID-19/Coronavirus office closing update
Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus concerns, all Legal Aid of Nebraska offices will be closed statewide. This includes all Access to Justice (A2J) Self-Help Centers. Staff will be working remotely, and will make all required court appearances.
We encourage individuals in need of legal assistance to continue to apply for legal services:
– Online at lawhelpne.org
– Or call for assistance toll-free:
COVID-19 DISASTER RELIEF HOTLINE: 1-844-268-5627
STATEWIDE ACCESSLINE®: 1-877-250-2016
ELDERACCESSLINE® (AGE 60+): 1-800-527-7249
NATIVE AMERICAN ACCESSLINE®: 1-800-729-9908
The Equal Justice Journal – Winter 2019
In this edition, read the harrowing story of a domestic violence survivor who came to Legal Aid for help keeping her children out of her abuser’s custody. You’ll also meet the new attorney of our Pro Bono Connection Project, learn about landlord/tenant law changes, see the financial impact Legal Aid has had on our clients, and much more!
Legal Aid’s Impact
At Legal Aid of Nebraska, our family law work focuses on protecting victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. Hear from Jessica about how we helped represent her through her domestic violence case and helped her get full custody of her children.
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