What is the FloridaLawHelp website for?
FloridaLawHelp.org is your source for free and reliable resources about your legal rights, the law, courts, and legal forms. This site also includes information about organizations that provide free or low cost legal help.
Who is the FloridaLawHelp website for?
FloridaLawHelp.org is for low and moderate income people living in Florida who want to learn about legal issues and solve their legal problems. Many FloridaLawHelp.org users want to continue without a lawyer, but others use this site to find local legal services attorneys or nonprofits.
Does it cost anything to use the website or any of the resources like the forms?
FloridaLawHelp.org is completely free to use. You will never be charged for using any resources on this website. You may have to pay to file documents in court.
Who created legal resources (articles, forms, etc.)?
Resources on this website are created by FJTC staff and legal services attornesy throughout the state who volunteer theier time and expertise.
How often are the legal resources updated?
Resouces are updated as the laws change to keep the information on this site up-to-date and reliable. An entire review of resources is typically done annually to make sure resources are current.
Can I print articles from this site?
You can print any articles from this site using the print menu on the right side of the screen.
Can I save save articles from this site?
You can save articles by downloading as a PDF, printing, or emailing resources using the menu on the right side of the screen.
Can I email myself or someone else and article from this site?
You can email a copy of an article to yourself or someone else using the email button on the right side of the screen.
Can I share content from this site on my social media accounts?
You can share an article or resource on this site using the Twitter and Facebook buttons on the right side of the screen.
What does it mean to be self-represented or pro se?
Pro Se litigation or self-representation means you are creating your court documents or going to court without an attorney.
What should I do if I find an error on the site?
If a link is broke or information is wrong on the site please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I send suggestions for new content or changes to current content?
If you have suggestions for a resource or link please send an email to email@example.com
Can I view the content in other languages?
If information is available in a language other than English, there will be links at the bottom of the page to the translated materials.
Can I embed FloridaLawHelp.org topic links on my webpage?
Yes, review our instructions and follow the steps in the attached PDF to add topic links to your page.