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    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania provides free civil legal services for low-income residents of Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties. FAQs.

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    Free civil legal help for low-income people in many areas of law.


    Free help is available with: Family Law; Employment Law; Protection from Abuse; Public Benefits; Housing Problems; Elder Law; Consumer & Bankruptcy Problems. Legal Information.

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    Free help is available

    “I was scared, upset, and confused that I was going to lose my house. I can't thank you enough. Thank you all again for helping families save their homes or in other areas of assistance. I'm in my home, sleeping good now, eating, feeling less stressed, and no longer crying."  Success Stories.  

Latest LASP News

  • Free Birth Certificate Clinic in Montgomery County

    Do you have civil legal concerns ? Free legal advice Monday 8/21, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. at KACS - Kennett Area Community Service.  Call 610-925-3556 for an appointment. Download a flyer


  • Trial Run Raises Over $19,000

    The 13th Annual Trial Run 5k Run raised over $19,000 to support LASP Chester County Division's work to meet the civil legal needs of those who cannot afford an attorney. Thanks to  our supporters, racers and fans!
    Event Sponsor: $3500
    MacElree Harvey 
    Gold Sponsor: $1500
    Gawthrop, Greenwood, P.C.
    Fox Rothschild 
    John McKenna, Esquire
    Unruh, Turner, Burke & Frees
    Silver Sponsor: $1000
    Steven Sugarman & Associates 
    Riley, Riper, Hollin & Colagreco, Attorneys at Law
    Lamb McErlane PC
    Bronze Sponsor: $500
    Brutscher, Foley, Milliner & Land, LLP 
    Catherine Voit, Esquire
    Kristin Camp, Esquire
    The Law Firm of Barley Snyder
    Chester County Paralegal Association
    First Resource Bank
    Buckley, Brion, McGuire & Morris, LLP
    Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union
    Bailey & Ehrenberg
    D’Amico Law, PC 
    Kunkle & Sennett

    See the full sponsor list here.

  • Unmet Legal Aid Needs

    In this story from The Intelligencer, reporter Jo Ciavaglia spoke with LASP''s Executive Director  Liz Fritsch about  the unmet legal needs of the poor, focusing on Bucks and Montgomery counties, and the ongoing efforts ofLASP to address these needs in the face of diminishing resources.


  • Proposed Cuts to Legal Services Corporation

    President Trump's FY2018 "budget blueprint" released in March proposed defunding Legal Services Corporation (LSC). The full budget proposal released on May 23 has called for LSC's elimination, allocating only enough  to conduct a closeout.

    LASP is facing a potential loss of 40% of its budget which would mean deep cuts in services for residents in each of the counties that we serve. This includes services to seniors victimized by consumer scams, women needing protection orders from abusive spouses, and veterans seeking earned benefits who turn to civil legal aid offices for help. If you have questions about how funding changes may impact LASP, please contact our Executive Director Elizabeth Fritsch at efritsch@lasp.org.




No one should have to face a critical legal issue alone. Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania makes a difference in the lives of the clients we serve in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties by providing professional legal help to those who cannot afford the services of a private attorney.

Whatever the particulars of the case, we make sure that our clients have an equal shot at justice.



Montgomery County

Call our toll-free Protection from Abuse Helpline to speak with an attorney or paralegal.
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F
Callers can leave a message outside of these hours

Delaware County

Call our toll-free Protection from Abuse Helpline to speak with an attorney or paralegal.
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F
Callers can leave a message outside of these hours