Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
Who We Are
We serve survivors of intimate partner abuse, children in high-conflict custody disputes, tenants in disputes with their landlords, employees denied their wages, and people who have recently lost a family member. Whatever our clients are up against, we’re here for them. At AVLF, ‘here’ means many things. It means beside them in court; it means at our downtown legal clinics nearly every Saturday of the year; it means in our two offices in the Fulton County Courthouse; in our communities’ schools and in our clients’ homes.
Over the years, we’ve evolved into a nimble and mobile organization, with staff in centrally-located offices and deeply embedded in Atlanta’s underserved communities. For us, ‘here’ means meeting our clients where they are – geographically and emotionally – then coming up with a plan to get them where they want and need to be.
Who We Serve
- Fulton County
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Type of Help
- This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:
- Pro Se Legal Clinic
- Self-Help Materials
- Full Legal Representation
- Brief Advice
How to Get Help
You can contact this organization by:
- Phone Number
- (404) 521-0790
To find out if we can help you, call between 9:00 AM-1:00 PM, Monday through Thursday. If you qualify, AVLF will schedule an in-person interview with an attorney on a Saturday morning within 1-2 weeks.