Do I Qualify?

Client Income Eligibility Standards

Clients will be eligible for LEGAL AID CENTER services if their income and number of people in their household conform to the following guidelines:

People in Household Max. Yearly Income Max. Month Income
1 $ 24,755.50 $2,062.96
2 $ 28,292.00 $2,357.67
3 $ 31,828.50 $2,652.38
4 $ 35,365.00 $2,947.08
5 $ 38,194.20 $3,182.85
6 $ 41,023.40 $3,418.62
7 $ 43,852.60 $3,654.38
8 (& above) $ 46,681.80 $3,890.15

Prospective clients should also not have more than $5,000 in net assets other than one motor vehicle and/or work related equipment.

Revised and effective January 1, 2012.

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