FREE LEGAL HELP AT TOLEDO LIBRARY

The Ohio Justice Bus is a mobile legal aid office that offers free legal advice to low-income residents. Residents can visit Library locations below to talk to an attorney privately about civil legal matters including debtor/creditor issues, foreclosures, bankruptcy advice, eviction, family law issues, and more. Services are walk up only (no appointment) and available on a first come, first served basis.

Free Legal Clinic – Domestic Relations and Family Law
(Tu) April 12: 10 a.m. – noon
Sanger – Outdoors
Talk to an attorney for free and privately about civil legal matters related to domestic and family law such as custody, protection orders, divorce, and more. 

Free Legal Clinic – Consumer Law
(Tu) May 03: 10 a.m. – noon
Main Library – Civic Plaza
Talk to an attorney for free and privately about civil legal matters related to consumer law such as debt, bankruptcy, and more.

Free Legal Clinic – Domestic Relations and Family Law
(Tu) September 13: 10 a.m. – noon
Main Library – Civic Plaza
Talk to an attorney for free and privately about civil legal matters related to domestic and family law such as custody, protection orders, divorce, and more. 

Free Legal Clinic | Consumer Law
(Tu) October 11: 10 a.m. – noon
Oregon – Outdoors
Talk to an attorney for free and privately about civil legal matters related to consumer law such as debt, bankruptcy, and more.

The Ohio Justice Bus is powered by the Ohio Access to Justice Foundation, American Electric Power Foundation, and the Supreme Court of Ohio. Presented in partnership by the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, the Lucas County Law Library, and the Toledo Bar Association.