Do you feel you've been fired from your job
Have you been accused of a crime?
Is your landlord trying to evict you?
Are you wanting to start a new business?
If you have legal problems or needs, contact us. We will help you
find a lawyer or other resource that best matches your legal needs and
financial means. Please be aware that we are a referral service and we
cannot give legal advice. We’ll refer you to a lawyer or other
service that may be able to help.
Contact us by phone: (800) 252-9690 (Toll Free),
Monday - Friday, CST, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The call-in service is
closed on legal holidays. We also have phone services in Spanish.
Contact us online: To get a referral anytime, please
visit our online
Our Service Area
Our LRIS serves over 240 counties in Texas and we assist more than
70,000 callers like you each year. To help us find you the right
lawyer, first tell us the county you need help in. If we do not serve
your county, we will refer you to a certified lawyer referral program
that does. Certified
Lawyer Referral Services in Texas
Steps and Costs
1. Our LRIS staff will first ask you:
The county where you need assistance
Basic information about your legal issue
Your name, zip code and telephone number
In order to receive a referral from our service, we must have your
name, zip code and telephone number. This information is only shared
with the attorney we refer you to so that attorney knows you were
referred by the LRIS. We do not sell, rent or share your information
with anybody else.
2. Once we refer you to a lawyer, it is your responsibility to call
to make an appointment.
3. The lawyer we refer you to will provide you with a 30
minute consultation for no more than
The LRIS does not have any participating attorneys
who offer free or reduced fee legal assistance. After the initial
consultation, you should be prepared to pay a reasonable fee should
and the attorney decide to work together. Those fees will be
by an agreement between you and the attorney. Make sure you
completely what your lawyer will be charging you.
If you are in need of free or low cost legal assistance, please visit
www.TexasLawHelp.org for a listing of available
resources in your county.