Orange County


Legal Resources

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There are many affordable options for legal help. Make sure you have a good understanding of the issue, seeking legal help when necessary. 


Legal Aid Society

Legal Aid is available to low income individuals & disadvantaged communities for a variety of legal problems, including consumer, family disputes, welfare and health benefits, immigration and poverty law issues such as landlord/tenant disputes, disability support and family benefits payments. Federal Poverty Income Guidelines determine eligibility for free legal services.

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Legal Aid society of Orange County

LASOC and CLS provide free and low-cost civil legal services to low-income families, individuals and senior citizens in Orange and Southeast Los Angeles Counties.

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Orange County District Attorney

The Office of the District Attorney’s Consumer Protection Unit prosecutes Unfair Business Practices. We review and/or investigate complaints involving misrepresentations and deceptive practices which occur in connection with the sale or advertisement of goods or services. If you feel you have been the victim of, or have information of, such misrepresentations or deceptive practices, please download a consumer complaint form.

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Public Law Center on Bankruptcy

Now in its 33rd year of service, PLC works with 1,500 Orange County lawyers, paralegals, law students and others who volunteer their time and expertise to assist low-income and vulnerable Orange County residents.

Our clients’ cases cover a wide range of issues including domestic violence, human trafficking, guardianship, housing, health, bankruptcy, asylum, family law, consumer fraud and immigration. We also provide free legal advice and representation to Orange County non-profit organizations, so they can better meet their legal obligations and focus on providing services.

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Do you have information about a company that you think has violated federal consumer financial laws? Are you a current or former employee of such a company, an industry insider who knows about such a company, or even a competitor being unfairly undercut by such a company? If so, the CFPB wants to hear from you. Tipsters and whistleblowers are encouraged to send information about what they know to

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