Tippecanoe County Eviction Legal Clinic (2nd Wednesday of Each Month)

Join us for our Eviction Legal Aid Clinic, a free and limited-scope service designed to provide assistance with eviction-related matters. The clinic takes place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm (Eastern). This clinic is conducted in-person at the Tippecanoe County Central Office (Old YMCA Building), Basement, Lafayette, IN. To ensure a scheduled consultation with a volunteering attorney and receive relevant advice, resources, and referrals regarding eviction and housing-related issues, we kindly request that you register in advance. Please visit the following link to secure your appointment: https://calendly.com/pbi-clinic/tippecanoe-office. While walk-ins and call-ins are welcomed, priority will be given to those with pre-scheduled appointments. Walk-ins and call-ins without prior appointments will be assisted on a first come, first served basis, subject to volunteer availability.
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Virtual Meeting Details
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88132163245 Meeting ID: 881 3216 3245 Event Phone Number: (312) 626-6799
Location
Tippecanoe County Central Office 1950 S 18th St
Lafayette, IN 47905
Date
October 9, 2024
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Additional Information

For inquiries regarding eviction or housing-related issues, we offer a convenient text-based service. Simply text “Eviction” to (765) 421-6558, and you will receive valuable resources and information directly to your device.

Please note that our legal navigators aim to respond to messages within 48 hours of receipt. While they cannot offer legal advice, they are dedicated to providing information and resources to assist with your civil legal concerns.

If you require further assistance or seek additional information, you may also text the word “Clinic” to (765) 421-6558. This will provide you with a comprehensive list of resources and information pertaining to clinics in your area.

Assistance for the following legal issues