Arizona has a population of legal professionals who are the backbone for access to justice initiatives through their volunteerism. The Arizona Supreme Court and our partner organizations thank them for their time and commitment to helping citizens across the state gain access to affordable or free legal help.
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And thank you to the volunteers of these Access to Justice Programs!
Wills for Heroes AZ
The Wills for Heroes program provides free estate planning legal services to first responder personnel in Arizona. Volunteer attorneys will prepare, at no cost, a will, living will, and powers of attorney at scheduled events throughout Arizona.
Modest Means Project
The Modest Means Project provides low-cost legal assistance to people who cannot afford the expertise of an attorney at standard rates, but who cannot qualify for free legal services due to income qualifications or case type restrictions. The Modest Means Project serves those whose income is less than or equal to 250% of the federal poverty guidelines.
Military Legal Assistance Project
The Military Legal Assistance Project provides low-cost legal assistance to active military and veterans who cannot afford the expertise of an attorney at standard rates, but who cannot qualify for free legal services due to income qualifications or case type restrictions.
Arizona Free Legal Answers
Arizona Free Legal Answers is a virtual legal advice clinic in which users ask civil legal questions to be answered by pro bono attorneys licensed in the state.
April in Arizona is Access to Justice Month
"Whereas, many organizations and individuals - lawyers, legal professionals, judges, court staff, and volunteers - work valiantly to promote equal access to justice for all, and their efforts deserve our support and recognition," - State of Arizona Proclamation