Meet with an attorney online or by phone to draft or review court documents for you!
We help self-represented clients by drafting the court documents for you. Once you pass our screening process, we will set up a virtual clinic meeting or phone call to work with an attorney. The virtual meeting will be similar to a FaceTime or Skype interview. You can call-in if you do not have a camera on your phone or computer or if you do not have internet access.You can do the intake process online.
To do the intake online, simply request our intake form and follow the instructions.
- You must be representing yourself in court (you don't have an attorney)
- You must meet our income/screening guidelines
- You must call and be screened to see if your case is something we can assist with. You can either call our hotline or attend our weekly clinic.
- Fill out our intake forms, you can email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you our forms. You can also call and speak with one of our with our attorneys at 801-649-8895 and they can assist you.
- Print and fax or scan the completed the forms at your convenience. Our fax number is 1-801-854-5115 and our email is TLCinfo@gmail.com
- We will email you or call you after our weekly case meeting to let you know if you have been approved.
- Once you have been approved, we will set up a virtual meeting or phone call with an attorney. The attorney will then work with you in drafting and preparing the agreed-upon paperwork.
- Once the documents are drafted and sent to you, you are responsible for filing the paperwork with the Court.
- Client Information Sheet: This document will ask for your information. Make sure to complete all sections that apply to you and your case or situation.
- Representation Agreement: This document states that you allow staff attorneys, volunteer attorneys, and law students to help draft documents.
- General Authorization to Release Information: This document authorizes Timpanogos Legal Center, or their representatives, to obtain information about your case.
The Representation ends when the documents are complete. The Program Coordinator may follow up to make sure the client didn’t run into barriers when filing the documents and arranging for service of process.