Legal Aid of Sonoma County has provided services to Sonoma County’s indigent population for over 60 years.
Founded in 1958 and incorporated in 1983 as a private nonprofit, Legal Aid provides crisis legal services to low-income families, children, elders, immigrants, and other vulnerable Sonoma County residents.
Justice for Thousands in Sonoma County
Legal Aid of Sonoma County (LASC) assists over 3,000 adults and 2,000 children every year with crisis legal needs.
These include domestic violence, child and elder abuse, low income housing issues, disaster recovery and legal obstacles to health and employment.
LASC provides full scope legal services including legal advice, preparation of legal documents, negotiations, and in court representation.
We offer all of our services in English and Spanish.
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