Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Inc.

What Legal Aid Service of Broward does:

Legal Aid Service of Broward County’s mission is to provide high quality free civil legal advice, representation and education to the disadvantaged of Broward County to improve the lifestyle and living conditions of the low income community and encourage self-sufficiency.


Types of issues or cases handled:

  • Children’s Advocacy
  • Consumer
  • Homeless
  • Housing
  • Immigration
  • Low Income Tax Clinic
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Broward Human Rights Initiative
  • Permanency Planning
  • Success Project
  • Education, Training and Support Services .

Areas served:

Broward County


Income & other eligibility:

Financial eligibility is based upon the income and assets of individuals in your household. In most cases, the income of your household cannot exceed 125% of the federal poverty level.

Legal aid intake workers will help you complete an application and figure out your eligibility for services.

If you are 60 years of age or older, there are no financial eligibility guidelines for our services.

Eligibility for services is based upon other criteria, including whether your legal problem falls within Legal Aid Service of Broward's priority areas.


How to get help:

By telephone at 1-954-765-8950 


Office address:

491 N. State Road 7
Plantation, FL 33317
Telephone: 1-954-765-8950
Office hours: Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Updated: October 15, 2018

Topics: School, Seniors, Money & Debt, Life Planning & Wills, Work & Business, Domestic Violence, Discrimination & Rights, Immigration, Health, Housing