Legal Aid of Nebraska offices are open by appointment only while most of our staff continues to work remotely. See below for more information on how to contact Legal Aid during this time.

Here to help you navigate COVID-19

Legal Aid of Nebraska offers a special hotline and legal resources dedicated to the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic.  

COVID-19 Disaster Relief Hotline: 1-844-268-5627

You can also apply online at 

Did you know that ALL of Legal Aid of Nebraska’s services are FREE!

Clients who qualify for our services can get free legal assistance for civil legal issues such as:


Utility Shut Offs

Wage and Bank Account Garnishment/Debt Collection


Denial of Unemployment or Disability Benefits (e.g. SSI, AABDI)

Denial of Medicaid, SNAP, ADC/TANF and Other Public Benefits

Protection Order Hearings

You’re Invited to the Friends of Legal Aid Virtual Luncheon 2021

September 30, 2021
12:00 p.m. Noon CST

Join Legal Aid of Nebraska virtually for our annual luncheon with author Mia Birdsong who illustrates how our future depends on our sense of togetherness and how we can find strength and support together.

100% of proceeds will support our work to make equal justice happen. An autographed copy of Mia Birdsong’s book “How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friendship, and Community” will be available for purchase when registering.

Do-It-Yourself (Pro Se) Divorce Clinics

Are you a resident of Madison, Dawson, Dodge, Gage, Hall, Jefferson, Saline or Buffalo County and seeking a divorce? Registration is open for our free monthly divorce clinics.

Clinics are held virtually once a month in each county. You must be low-income and pre-qualify for clinic. 

Maximum capacity is 21.

COVID-19/Coronavirus office closing update

Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus concerns, Legal Aid of Nebraska staff will be working remotely until further notice, while continuing to make all required court appearances. Legal Aid offices are closed statewide, including all Access to Justice (A2J) Self-Help Centers.

If you already have a Legal Aid attorney, their contact information can be found on our Staff page.

We encourage individuals in need of legal assistance to continue to apply for legal services:
– Online at
– Or call for assistance toll-free:

ELDERACCESSLINE® (AGE 60+): 1-800-527-7249

‘When you know you have a stable home, it makes your whole life stable.’

Isa Stewart came to Legal Aid of Nebraska when his landlord tried to evict him during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch his story to see how Legal Aid was able to keep him and his family in their home.

Legal Aid works tirelessly to provide equal justice for our clients. Click the button below to learn more about how we can help. 

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Blog & News

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Legal Aid in the news

Legal Aid in the news

Legal Aid of Nebraska wants every Nebraska to know about our free legal services. Check out the links below to various news sources that have featured Legal Aid staff or reported on Legal Aid's activities, programs/projects, events, services, and just about any other...

Covid-related CDC eviction moratorium ending

Covid-related CDC eviction moratorium ending

  The Center for Disease Control (CDC)’s Eviction Moratorium, which has kept thousands of Nebraska families impacted by COVID-19 in their homes over nearly the past year, was thrown out by the Supreme Court last week. Effective immediately, this will have a...

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