If you are asking for an attorney to file a Social Security claim then you don't have to go to legal aide. Social Security prevents an attorney from charging you any money up front except for incidental costs ( medical records, mailings, etc.) The attorney will only get paid a percentage of your back benefits if you are approved. Hope that answers what you are asking ? Good luck!
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You can usually find additional information concerning legal aid support at the court house.
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The Jefferson County Bar provides a Pro Bono service where voluntary lawyers help people who cannot afford a lawyer. There are many Orange County lawyers which also volunteer for this service to our community, and, as such, Orange County is under the umbrella of the Pro Bono program.
Here is the site: http://www.jcba.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=6
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