Help finding volunteer attorneys for low income familes in southern Indiana
We Refer Low-income Southern Indiana Residents
who have Civil Legal Needs
to volunteer attorneys
How to help YourVolunteer Attorneywith Your Case
Follow these guidelines in order to be prepared for you meeting with your attorney. The more prepared you are, the easier it will be for your volunteer attorney to understand your case and how to help resolve your legal issue.
It is your responsibility to call and schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
Show up on time.
If you cannot make a scheduled appointment, immediately call to reschedule.
If you fail to show up or call, the attorney could consider withdrawing from the case.
If your address or contact information changes notify the attorney immediately.
Don't bring family, friends, and pets to meet with the attorney.
The legal profession is very conservative, especially the court. Dress appropriately: no blue jeans, t-shirts, shorts, mini-skirts, flip-flops, or bare tops.
NEVER LIE TO YOUR ATTORNEY.
BE OPEN AND HONEST WITH YOUR ATTORNEY.
Tell your attorney if you are working with a counselor, advocate, social worker.
Bring all paper work for your attorney to review.
Bring pen and paper to take notes.
If you do not understand something, don't be afraid to ask questions.
Your attorney will appreciate your consideration of their time. Remember they are a volunteer. Please write down your questions as they come to you and ONLY call when necessary...you are not their only client.
Your case is between you and your attorney. Not So. IN Pro Bono Referrals.
If you are dissatisfied with your attorney, OR, if the attorney withdraws because you do not cooperate, we will NOT refer you to another attorney.
Southern Indiana Pro Bono Referrals, Inc. (SI-PBR) presents the information on this website as a service to the public. Use of this site does not constitute an attorney-client relationship between SI-PBR and the receiver. The information on this site is not intended as legal advice or as a substitute for the particularized advice of your own counsel. SI-PBR presents the information on this website as a service to the public. Use of this site does not constitute an attorney-client relationship between SI-PBR and the receiver. The information on this site is not intended as legal advice or as a substitute for the particularized advice of your own counsel.