Guelph Legal Clinic provides an online check-up to help people who are living in poverty so they can identify legal problems and get help. If you do not have enough money to live on, a good home or job, or family, social and health supports, your legal health may be at risk.
The Legal Clinic of Guelph and Wellington County provides free legal advice to low-income people in Guelph and Wellington County.
The purpose of the Legal Clinic of Guelph and Wellington County is to effect social change through advocacy, education, empowerment or legal representation in the areas of poverty law.
The Legal Clinic of Guelph and Wellington County is pleased to announce that we are moving locations. The Clinic is moving to the Guelph Community Health Centre at 176 Wyndham St. North. The Clinic will be closed between April 7th-17th 2015, re-opening at our new location on April 20th, 2015. We will be available via phone and e-mail, and we will continue to provide services during this transition.
If you wish to contact the Legal Clinic, you can do so through the Contact Us page of our website. Please be aware that if your legal query is urgent or time-sensitive, we strongly recommend that you telephone the Clinic instead.
Before contacting us, please look at the Services section of the website which lists the areas of law in which the Legal Clinic can assist. For other areas of law, we have created a referrals section which provides detailed information about the services available for other areas of law, including criminal law, family law and employment law.
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