Services Eligibility

Emergency Protection Orders & Domestic Violence

Duty Counsel – Legal Assistance at Court

Information for People Arrested/Detained

If a person may be receiving coverage when ineligible

Emergency Protection Orders & Domestic Violence

Duty Counsel – Legal Assistance at Court

Information for People Arrested/Detained

If a person may be receiving coverage when ineligible

Emergency Protection Orders & Domestic Violence

Duty Counsel – Legal Assistance at Court

Information for People Arrested/Detained

The Legal Services Centre is most often the first contact point for individuals requiring assistance in resolving legal issues. For Albertans who qualify under the eligibility guidelines, we offer legalrepresentation through an assigned lawyer.Serviceinformation is located to the left.

If you would like to speak to a representative or toinitiate service, you need tocall or visit one of Legal Aid Albertas offices.

To determine if you are eligible for legal representation throughLegal Aid Alberta, we consider both financial and service eligibility.Read more about eligibility.When you call or go to a Legal Services Centre, a Legal Services Officer will work with you to complete an assessment todetermine the nature of the issue and the type of service required.

Not all services provided by Legal Aid Alberta are free, which will be explained by a Legal Services Officer.

There are a few ways that Legal Aid Alberta can help you in an emergency.

Emergency Protection Orders Protection against family violence

Information​ for People Arrested/Detained Legal rights for those in custody