Legal Aid of Arkansas
Legal Aid of Arkansas (LAA) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to low-income individuals residing in the state of Arkansas in civil (non-criminal) cases. LAA is headquartered in Jonesboro and serves 31 of the 75 counties in Arkansas.
In order to qualify for free legal assistance from a program funded by LSC, you must not have income and assets over a certain level. Our income eligibility guidelines are based off the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines. View our income guidelines here.
Due to limited resources, we can only accept cases that fall within our established priorities. Examples of these case type priorities include: Guardianships; Powers of Attorney; Wills; Orders of Protection; Domestic Abuse; Landlord/Tenant disputes; Contract disputes; Debt relief; Consumer matters; Disability rights; Employment rights; Problems with public benefits, including Medicaid, Food Stamps, TEA, Medicare, SSI, child care, and subsidized housing; End of life instructions; Garnishments and Evictions.
Learn More about Legal Aid of Arkansas
- Justice Partnerships, Projects & Initiatives
- Funding for legal services in Arkansas
- LSC Program Profile
- Pro Bono Attorney Involvement
- View Annual Reports
Legal Aid of Arkansas (Main Office)
714 South Main Street
Jonesboro, AR 72401
Phone Number: 1-800-967-9224
Toll Free: 1-800-9 LAW AID (1-800-952-9243)