Legal Associations. (Extremely useful.) On this well-stocked page find organizations devoted to offering legal help for free or lower-than-average costs. You can find free legal help through some of these organizations. Fifteen groups listed including the National Legal Aid & Defender Association, the Inter-American Bar Association, and Pro Bono Net.

State Bar Associations. (Extremely useful.) Attorneys must be accredited by state bars before practicing law. State bar associations are resources for research into state law and accredited attorneys. Listings for every state and the District of Columbia are included here.

Findlaw for the Public. This is the world's leading provider of online legal information and Internet marketing solutions for law firms. A legal resource for up to date online legal information about popular legal topics such as will preparation, divorce, and child custody 

Legal Services Corporation. LSC is the single largest provider of civil legal aid for the poor in the nation, it also promotes equal access to justice and grants for high quality civil assistance to low income individuals and families in America.   

American Bar Association. ABA provides law school accreditation, continuing legal education, information about the law, programs to assist lawyers and judges in their work, and initiatives to improve the legal system for the public.