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|The Law Library Staff prepares "Research Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQs) for the convenience of our users to provide access to a variety of sources addressing particular points of law. These are general legal information sources, and are not to be construed as a substitute for personal legal advice from an attorney. Please seek legal counsel to help you determine the applicability of any of the information in these resources to your specific situation. The Law Library makes no recommendation as to whether you should purchase any services offered by the websites contained in this FAQ.
- Legal Help from LexisNexis
- LawHelp.org: Helps low and moderate income people find free legal aid programs in their communities, and answers to questions about their legal rights.
- Nolo – self-help legal publisher
- Washlaw Pro-Se Web: Links to legal research guides, guides on how to represent yourself in court and more.
- American Bar Association: Consumer's Guide to Legal Help - Finding Free Help
- Self-Represented Litigation Network: Supported by several organizations, including the National Center for State Courts, the Legal Services Corporation, ProBono.net, and the Chicago-Kent College of Law. This site serves as a Network for Practitioners of Self-Help Programs as well as an online Clearinghouse of information relating to self-representation.
OHIO STATE COURT FORMS
- Cuyahoga County Court Websites with Forms:
1 West Lakeside Avenue, FL4 • Cleveland, Ohio 44113-1078 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Phone: (216) 861-5070 • Fax: (216) 861-1606
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