Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc.

4601 Concord Pike
Wilmington, DE - 19803
Phone Number: (302) 478-8850

DVLS serves indigent residents throughout the State of Delaware by providing quality, pro bono legal services. We try to ensure that those individuals without financial resources will receive the same access to justice in civil matters as other litigants. You must meet federal poverty income standards to be eligible. DVLS assists clients with problems relating to Protection from Abuse, divorce and custody cases involving domestic violence, guardianships, housing, Landlord/Tenant, wills, government benefits, homeownership and consumer issues. DVLS does not guarantee representation with these matters. To see if you are eligible for assistance, contact the Legal Help Link at 302-478-8850.

Hours of Operation: MondayThursday, 9:00 a.m.4:30 p.m.

Service Area: Wilmington, New Castle, Newark, Dover, Georgetown, Middletown, Bear, Milford, & Rehoboth Counties.

Mission Statement: The Delaware Volunteer Legal Services Board of Directors is committed to our mission to provide quality pro bono legal services to indigent Delawareans with meritorious civil legal problems.

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