Bay Area Legal Aid (BayLegal) - Alameda County

1735 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland, CA - 94612
Phone Number: (510) 551-5554



We provide low-income clients with free civil legal assistance, including legal advice and counsel, effective referrals, and legal representation. We are the largest civil legal aid provider serving seven Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara.

Services:

*Homelessness Prevention
*landlord-tenant matters
*unlawful evictions
*Fair Housing Law Enforcement
*Domestic Violence Prevention and Immigration (VAWA) related matters
*Youth Justice Project
*Economic Justice Project Public Safety-Net Programs
*Consumer Law Debtors Rights, Fair Credit Reporting
*Health Care Access
*Legal Barriers to Employment Project
*Medical-Legal Collaborative: SFGH Pediatric Unit and BayLegal team up


Mission Statement: BayLegal’s mission is to provide meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client’s location, language or disability.

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Help with a probate bond
Monday, December 20, 2021

Help with a probate bond

Selling of home left to myself and siblings
Monday, September 28, 2020

Selling of home left to myself and siblings

Do you handle sell of property

Do you handle sell of property

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2020-09-28 18:37:10

Need help with deed of property that I was left Trustee of

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