Legal Aid of Cobb County is a branch of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, which provides free civil (non-criminal) legal services to very low-income people living in Cobb County. We also help low-income groups when the members have the same legal problem. Eligibility depends on household income and the type of legal problem. Cobb County Legal Aid?s services include legal representation and brief services, instruction in self-help, legal advice and referrals. We can make special arrangements for persons with disabilities and do home visits for the homebound. We have a TDD number for the hearing impaired, and use the Georgia Relay Center.
If you are a Cobb County resident, please apply to our office for general assistance.
AREAS OF ASSISTANCECobb Legal Aid provides legal services for many types of cases including:
GOVERNMENT BENEFITSSocial Security, Unemployment, SSI, TANF, Food Stamps
CONSUMER LAWCollection, Bankruptcy, Contracts & Warranties, Loan Problems
FAMILY LAW & DOMESTIC RELATIONSSpouse Abuse, Custody & Visitation, Divorce, Child Support & Alimony
EDUCATIONStudent Rights, IEPs, Student Loan Problems
HOUSINGPrivate Landlord/Tenant, Federal Subsidized Housing and Other Public Housing, Homeowner and Real Property
EMPLOYMENTWage Claims, Job Discrimination
WHEN YOU CALL LEGAL AID...When you call or visit Legal Aid, you will speak with an intake receptionist. The receptionist will ask you questions about your income, the number of people in your family and your case. If your case meets all of our guidelines, you will speak with a screening attorney.
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GeorgiaLegalAid.org’s mission is to help low-income people navigate the complexities of the court system at the most vulnerable times in their lives through self-help resources when they don’t have access to a lawyer.