Judges, court employees, and librarians must be neutral and impartial, and can give legal information. Learn what this means. Only a lawyer representing you can give you legal advice.
Helping low-income individuals solve legal problems
Ayudar a personas de bajos ingresos a resolver problemas legales
The mission of the Foreign Language Services Division (FLS) is to assist individuals with limited English proficiency in overcoming language limitations so as to ensure universal access to Virginia’s Judicial System. Toward that end, FLS provides interpretation and sight translation services, certifies and hires high quality interpreters, and sets and maintains the highest professional standards for the provision of language services. See language access FAQs for more information. The court also provides ADA accomodations, such as services for the blind and visually impaired, as well as the deaf and hard of hearing.
General Information for People with Disabilities also appears within this website.
Virginia.freelegalanswers.org is a free, fast, and easy service for Virginians who cannot afford a lawyer. The site can be accessed from any device anywhere, even at your public library. There is no cost to you to post your question or to receive an answer.
The VA Law Help 2 Go is a mobile-friendly platform that provides legal information in video format to the public. The videos provide information about common topics in the area of family, consumer, and housing law. A link at the end of each video directs the viewer to the Virginia statewide website for more information and to connect them with the appropriate legal aid provider in their area.