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Legal Resources the Gulfport Library

http://floridalawhelp.org/ designed to help people find solutions to their legal problems. This site also provides automated self-help forms.

http://www.flcourts.org/– legal resource with section devoted to family law forms for divorce, name change, paternity testing, temporary/concurrent custody, etc.

http://www.floridabar.org/– lawyer referral service

http://www.ncsc.org/ national center for state courts

http://loc.gov/law/help/guide/states/us-fl.php – Florida resources page of the Law Library of Congress. It includes statutes, codes, and links to self-help site

http://www.immigrationlawhelp.org/– This site is a national directory of nonprofit immigration legal service providers.

http://disabilityrightsflorida.org/– Any Floridian with a disability-related issue is eligible to receive Disability Rights Florida services.

http://womenslaw.org/– National website that provides state specific information for survivors of domestic violence.

http://www.jud6.org/HowDoI.html– Website for the Clearwater Law Library with links to helpful information relating to family law.


Senior Legal Helpline-1-888-895-7873

Provides free legal advice and brief services by telephone to eligible Florida residents age 60 and older, for civil (not criminal) legal problems.

Domestic Violence Legal Statewide Hotline– 1-800-500-1119 Ext.3

Provides legal assistance via telephone to victims of domestic violence in Florida. Callers are connected to staff who will take initial information from the caller to be provided to the hotline attorney. An attorney is available to return calls to clients and to provide basic legal and social services resources, including the client’s local domestic violence center. The hotline attorney cannot represent the clients in court or submit documents for them.

Florida Legal Services’ Prescription Drug Helpline- 1-800-436-6001

Statewide, toll-free helpline which provides assistance to Medicaid and low-income Medicare beneficiaries whose necessary medications have been denied. The services include assistance relating to prior authorization requirements, assistance to patients and physicians with acquiring an immediate, temporary supply of the denied medication, representation by an attorney at a fair hearing, etc.