Legal Aid in Michigan is available through both your local county and the state’s bar association. If you are seeking legal aid contact your county bar association and the Michigan Bar Association. Both organizations will provide you with resources. Legal Aid in Michigan often requires a number of appointments, phone calls, paperwork, and follow up. It is important that you are your own advocate as you navigate the legal system. Legal Aid services will provide you with basic information, referrals, and support in many different ways but they are not going to handle things like a regular paid attorney. It is important that you seek out legal aid with the understanding that you will have to take the initiative to read, research, prepare, and handle many aspects of your case that would normally be handled by a a paid attorney.
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