The following legal resources are provided for informational purposes only, and do not constitute legal advice or an endorsement of their content by Wisconsin Equal Justice Fund, Inc.
The Milwaukee LRIS assists people everyday with their legal problems, has been in operation for over 60 years, and takes over 40,000 calls annually, referring over 8,000 callers to attorneys and community agencies.
When you call the State Bar’s LRIS, you will not get legal advice. However, you will talk to a legal assistant who is experienced in analyzing potential legal problems – and in helping you locate the best source of help.
The Wisconsin courts self-help law center is designed to help you find forms, learn about Wisconsin law and court procedures and represent yourself in some court matters. The information provided is not a substitute for legal advice.
WisTAF is dedicated to equal access to the civil justice system, funding legal services for low-income persons through the fair and effective administration of Interest On Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA), Public Interest Legal Services Fund (PILSF), and other sources.
The Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission was created in 2009 by the Wisconsin Supreme Court at the request of the State Bar of Wisconsin to aid the courts in improving the administration of justice by supporting civil legal services to those who cannot afford them.