Florida Law Help

FloridaLawHelp.org is the state’s legal information website, designed to provide Floridians with information about their legal rights and the tools and resources they can use to protect those rights. These resources include self-help information and DIY forms as well as links to social service agencies and legal aid offices.

FLH was launched in 2002 as part of a TIG grant through Legal Services of North Florida. FJTC took over management and administration of the site in 2015 and continues to partner with legal services organizations around the state to create and update content. Funding for this project is provided by a grant from the Florida Bar Foundation.

In 2017, FJTC moved the site to the DLAW template, built on the open source Drupal platform.


Project Partners

Florida Law Help is the collaboration of a wide range of organizations and advocates throughout the state. These include legal services offices, social services offices, pro bono attorneys, private law firms, court systems and advocacy groups, and while there are more contributors than we can list here, their contributions are what make Florida Law Help possible. To see the many contributors, please browse the Florida Law Help website.

In The News

Florida Bar Foundation Allocates $500K for Civil Legal Aid After Hurricane, September, 2017, Debra Cassens Weiss, ABA Journal

Hurricane Irma: These Groups Can Help With SWFL…September, 2017, Ashley Collins, Naples Daily News

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