Find people & guides to help you with problems like divorce, custody, evictions, debt collection, traffic tickets, and other legal problems. And take care to avoid bad information.
Where to find Expert Legal Help Online
Connect with free or paid lawyers, do-it-yourself guides, and court help centers that can assist you.
How to Avoid Bad Legal Information
Ask these questions to make sure you are getting correct, trustworthy legal help online.
Be Careful with AI tools
Some people use Artificial Intelligence (or AI) tools for legal help. These AI tools include ChatGPT, Google Bard, or Microsoft Bing Chat.
If you choose to use AI, please be very careful in double-checking the information it gives you.
Always double-check any legal information an AI tool gives you.
A law librarian or a lawyer can help you double-check. Or you can do your own legal research, to verify the info.
Why be careful with AI?
AI makes up fake laws, cases, legal aid groups, hotlines, forms, and other legal info. AI tools may seem confident in their answers. But they make many mistakes.
See this guide on how to use AI safely to find legal help from legal aid providers.
It is from a group of legal aid lawyers and experts who can help you understand what AI is, and how it can help a person trying to find legal information.