Free Legal Aid During COVID-19
IN RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
We are available, and will continue to assist clients via phone and our website. During this time, you can access services by calling us Monday through Friday between hours of 9 a.m.–12 p.m; or 1–4:00 p.m.
951-941-0271 – YOU WILL BE PROMPTED TO OUR CALL STATION
909-488-2882 – FOR SPANISH SPEAKING
EN RESPUESTA AL Brote DE CORONAVIRUS POR FAVOR LLAME,
ESTAMOS DISPONIBLES PARA AYUDARTE POR TELÉFONO
Continuaremos ayudando a los clientes por teléfono y nuestro sitio web. Durante este tiempo, puede acceder a los servicios llamándonos de lunes a viernes entre horas de 9 a.m. a 12 p.m. o de 1 a 4:00 p.m.
909-488-2882 - PARA HABLAR EN ESPAÑOL
The Inland Empire Latino Lawyer’s Association (IELLA) serves the Riverside and San Bernardino County communities with free legal aid upon qualification.
La Asociación de Abogados Latinos de Inland Empire (IELLA) sirve a las comunidades de los condados de Riverside y San Bernardino con asistencia legal gratuita previa calificación.
Riverside & San Bernardino
Free Legal Aid
Inland Empire Latino Lawyer’s Association (IELLA) is a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to the underserved residents living in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
IELLA’s services are rendered through a combination of neighborhood offices and legal aid clinics located throughout the Inland Empire. After individuals have been determined eligible, IELLA’s team of attorneys, paralegals and support staff work with the client in a variety of ways for free:
- counsel and advice
- prepare legal documentation
- provides court room representation in limited cases
- provides referrals
- provides educational workshops for Expungement clinics and Teen Parent’s Rights clinics
Inland Empire Latino Lawyer’s Association (IELLA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS. Tax ID Number:33-0102667
Mission and Values.
The founders wanted to make legal services available because too many people could not afford to hire an attorney, or were not able to speak English, or could not read or write.
With the help of Legal Service Corporation through Inland Counties Legal Services and the State Bar we are able to provide legal help for those who cannot hire private attorneys because of limited financial resources and language barriers which may include illiteracy.