Legal Representation & Help

  • Sherburne County Tenth Judicial District Self-Help Center
    Self-Help Center Staff available to provide information and resources Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. located on the first floor of the Sherburne County Government Center Court Administration Window.
    You may also call, 763-760-6699, or email questions to the self-help center staff.
  • Central Minnesota Legal Services Serving Sherburne County
    Provides assistance for low income individuals in family law, housing, government benefits, employment, expungement and consumer debt issues.
  • Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
    Free civil (non-criminal) legal assistance to low-income people.
  • Volunteer Lawyers Network
    Statewide civil and criminal expungement legal services available for low-income people through volunteer attorneys by phone. Some assistance available in-person locally and those who are able to travel to Minneapolis / St. Paul.
    Phone: 612-752-6677
  • Minnesota State Bar Association Lawyer Referral
    Free online lawyer search and referral service.
  • Minnesota Legal Advice Online (MLAO)
    Volunteer attorneys answer legal questions via email form individuals who meet income qualifications.
  • Minnesota Disability Law Center
    Free civil legal assistance to individuals with disabilities statewide on legal issues related to their disabilities.
  • Legal Corps
    Free legal help to low-income owners of small businesses and small nonprofit organizations in Minnesota.
  • Veterans Legal Services
    Statewide assistance through Central Minnesota Legal Services St. Cloud; Services to veterans on civil legal matters such as consumer debt, family, housing, and benefits.
    Phone: 320-253-0138
  • Office of Ombudsperson for Families
    Assistance with child protection matters and social service issues.
  • School Law Center
    Statewide legal representation for individual students, their families and groups of students and/or families or agencies serving students and their families in all areas of education law.


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