Legal Services Society

The Legal Services Society (LSS) provides legal aid in BC. Legal aid includes representation by a lawyer, legal advice, and legal information. LSS gives priority to people with low incomes, but many of its services are available to all British Columbians. LSS's mission is to provide innovative and collaborative legal aid services that enable people with low incomes to effectively address their issues within the justice system.

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LSS Call Centre

The LSS province-wide Call Centre provides legal representation and information services. When applying for legal aid, callers are asked questions to determine ...

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Phone/Online only (serving all of BC)
Telephone 604-408-2172
1-866-577-2525 (toll free)
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Family LawLINE

Family LawLINE lawyers give legal advice about family law issues such as parenting time or contact/access, guardianship/custody, child support, spousal ...

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Phone/Online only (serving all of BC)
Telephone 604-408-2172 (Greater Vancouver)
1-866-577-2525 (call no charge, elsewhere in BC)
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Provincial Court Family Duty Counsel

Duty counsel are lawyers who can help people with low incomes with their family law problems, including child protection issues (if the Ministry of Children ...

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Advice counsel telephone service

Legal advice telephone service for individuals who are in custody at a police lock-up awaiting a bail hearing. Service is available during the evenings and on ...

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Phone/Online only (serving all of BC)
Telephone 1-888-595-5677 (toll free throughout BC)
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Legal Aid Intake Services

The Legal Services Society (LSS) provides intake at more than 50 legal aid office and courthouse locations across BC. To qualify for a legal aid lawyer, ...

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Brydges Line telephone service

If you are: arrested; detained; or under active investigation by the police or another law enforcement agency for a criminal offence and in custody, but you ...

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Phone/Online only (serving all of BC)
Telephone 1-866-458-5500 (call no charge)
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Legal Aid Community Outreach (Community Partners)

Community Partners are service providers located throughout BC who have partnered with LSS to improve access to legal aid services in rural, remote, and ...

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Boundary Women's Coalition
PO Box 181, Grand Forks, BC, V0H 1H0 PO Box 181, Grand Forks, BC

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First Nations Court Duty Counsel

If you don’t have a lawyer, First Nations Court duty counsel can give you free legal advice on or before the day of court. Duty counsel can help you apply to ...

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Phone/Online only (serving all of BC)
Telephone 1-877-601-6066 (call no charge from anywhere in BC)
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Supreme Court Family Duty Counsel

If you are a person with a low income experiencing separation or divorce, you may be eligible for up to three hours of free legal advice from Supreme Court ...

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Aboriginal band outreach

Legal aid offices in five BC communities provide intake services outreach to Aboriginal bands. Staff from these offices travel to certain remote communities to ...

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Adams Lake
6453 Hillcrest Road, Chase, BC, V0E 1M0 6453 Hillcrest Road, Chase, BC

Lil'wat Nation
PO Box 602, Mount Currie, BC, V0N 2K0 PO Box 602, Mount Currie, BC

Pacheedaht First Nation
Port Renfrew, BC Port Renfrew, BC

Simpcw First Nation (Chu Chua)
PO Box 220, Barriere, BC, V0E 1E0 PO Box 220, Barriere, BC

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