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Legal Aid offices closed Mon, Feb 19th in observance of President's Day.

General Office Hours

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

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Application Line is closed on Monday, February 19, 2018, in observance of the President’s Day Holiday.
We will re-open Tuesday, February 20th at 8:30 am.

If you live in Oklahoma and need legal help with a civil legal issue, you’ve come to the right place.

If you are struggling with a civil legal issue, or don’t understand your legal rights, there’s hope. If you qualify as low-income, the attorneys and paralegals at LASO can help with civil, non-criminal cases.

To apply for assistance, please call 1-888-534-5243
Monday – Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

If you fill out the online form, we will call you back and ask you additional questions about your income, the number of people in your household and your legal issue. After receiving all of the information needed, Legal Aid can make a decision about taking your case.

We apologize for the inconvenience, the online application form is not available now.
We are closed for the Labor Day Holiday and will re-open on Tuesday, September 5th at 8:30 a.m.
Please call the Application Line at 888-534-5243 at that time.

LASO can assist with the following types of issues*:

Child Support Collection
Child Support Modification
Disaster Relief Resources
Domestic Violence
Driver’s License Problems
Foreclosure and Loan Modifications
HIV/Aids Legal Resource
Hispanic Outreach
Homeless Legal Assistance
HUD Approved Housing Counseling
Income Tax Preparation
Landlord Repairs
Medical/Legal Partnership
Military Resources
Public Housing, Section 8
Seniors Legal Aid Services
Seniors Title III Program (Age 60+)
Social Security Disability Income
TANF, Food Stamps
Veteran’s Benefits & Resources
Victim’s Identity Theft /Financial Fraud
Women In Recovery/Legal Aid
Other Civil Legal Problems

* These practice areas include the entire firm.  Individual attorneys and individual offices may vary as to what they can offer.

LASO also has several Special Legal Projects
that may be of assistance to you and your family:

Serving all 77 counties, this project assists with the legal problems of individuals with HIV or diagnosed with AIDS. This project is funded in part by the Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund. Legal services are provided for civil (not criminal) legal problems related to HIV or an AIDS diagnosis.

Frequent legal issues which arise include bankruptcy, confidentiality, debt management, discrimination, estate planning, family law matters relating to HIV or an AIDS diagnosis, guardianships initiated by the client, insurance disputes, landlord/tenant disputes and Social Security appeals.

For confidential assistance,
In Oklahoma City
2901 North Classen Boulevard, Suite 112
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

This project assists with the legal problems of individuals who are, or are about to become, homeless. Both the Tulsa and Oklahoma City Law Offices, have Homeless Legal Assistance Projects.

Apply for services directly through the Tulsa or Oklahoma City Law Offices.

LASO can helps lawful permanent residents with Naturalization/Citizenship and Green Card renewal for lawful permanent residents.  LASO also helps petitions for legal status under the Violence Against Women Act; U Visas for victims of some serious crimes, like domestic violence or sexual assault; and, T Visas, for victims of human trafficking. LASO also provides “Know Your Rights” presentations, referrals to other services.
CALL 405-488-6792 please leave a message with your name and phone number.

The first U.S. Medical-Legal Partnership for Children was founded in 1993 by nationally-renowned pediatrician Dr. Barry Zuckerman of the Boston Medical Center. He found that his skills as a doctor were insufficient to keep his low-income pediatric patients healthy. His innovation – bringing poverty lawyers into the medical setting to address social issues that make children sick – launched a national movement. There are now more than 80 such partnerships around the nation. The Tulsa MLPC is the first in Oklahoma and one of a handful in the Southwest.

Through a medical-legal partnership, the MLPC lawyer can help patients navigate complex government and community systems that may hold solutions to social determinants of health. Examples are income supports for food-insecure families, utility shut-off protection during winter months, and mold removal from the home of asthmatics. The Legal Aid Services & OU Medical/Legal Partnership is housed at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Pediatric Clinic. Services may be accessed by patients at the clinic through the social workers.

For more information about this partnership, contact LASO’s Tulsa Law Office at 918-584-3338 or 918-295-9457.

The Sixty Plus Legal Aid Services Helpline provides free legal advice, counseling, and community education for American citizens who are 60 years of age or older.

Through special funding from Area Agencies on Aging, provided in part by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services Aging Services Divisions under provisions of the Older Americans Act, each law office is able to provide this service to older Americans.

We have a special hotline number for Seniors! 1-855-488-6814, Mon – Thurs, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Learn more about getting help here:


We can help:

* Represent clients in tax court

* Stop liens and levies

* Assist with audits

* Appeal Earned Income Credit denials

* Settle tax debts Help with Innocent Spouse Relief and Injured Spouse claims

We never charge a fee for our services
We have access to interpretation and translation services so that we may assist non-English speaking clients.
Though our office is located in downtown Tulsa, we are able to assist clients from around the state. It is not necessary for clients to come to our office since we are able to do most of our work by phone, mail and fax.  Call our Application Line at 888-534-5243 Mon – Thurs, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Women in Recovery (WIR) is a Tulsa-based public-private partnership offering alternative sentencing for women.

Founded in 2009 by the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF), the partnership began with Family & Children’s Services, and then expanded in 2012 to include Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma.

Legal Aid received a grant from GKFF to provide a full-time attorney dedicated to work on-site with the Women in Recovery program.

Our attorney will be available to help with civil legal issues for Women in Recovery participants.

For more information about this partnership, contact the Tulsa Law Office at 918-584-3338.

Click here for information on WIR program requirements.

Legal Aid’s Migrant & Farm Worker Law Project provides fee civil legal assistance to farm workers and their families in Oklahoma. This project is based out of our Guymon Law Office.  A migrant or farm worker may travel a long distance to work or may work near home during a part of the year. Some types of jobs include ranch hand, meat packer, gin worker, strawberry picker, landscaping or lawn care, crop nurseries or forestry worker.

For assistance call, 580-338-3868 or 877-756-7588

We provide our legal information materials in Spanish. We also provide community presentations about Legal Aid in Spanish at community events and organizations.

In Tulsa call 918-295-9420 or 800-299-3338

In Oklahoma City
Tuesdays at the Latino Community Development Agency
Appointment Required
Call 405-236-0701

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