Finding a Legal Self-Help Center

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Legal Self-Help Centers provide legal information and resources. They do not provide legal advice, but they might be able to help with answering general legal questions, finding available legal documents and forms, and giving information on court procedures.

* 1. If you were looking for a legal self-help center, what resources would be most important to you? Please rate the following.

  Not Important Somewhat Important Important Very Important Extremely Important
People to help answer general questions about going to court
People to help you find information and forms on IllinoisLegalAid.org
Law books
Wireless internet
Scanners or printers that can scan documents
Computers
Paper court forms
Legal form books
Legal self-help classes or workshops
Brochures or packets with legal information
Referrals for local legal help
Printers
Scheduled programs where volunteer lawyers provide brief legal advice
Childcare services

* 2. If you were looking for a legal self-help center, what information would you want available? Please rate the importance of each below.

  Not Important Somewhat Important Important Very Important Extremely Important
Type of location (whether it's in a courthouse, library, etc.)
Address
Hours of operation (days and times it's open)
Map of location
Website
Types of resources offered
Phone number

* 3. What other factors are important when looking for a Legal Self-Help Center?

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