3rd Wednesday of the month, call 970-249-7202 for more details


3rd Saturday of the month, Virtual, Apply online or call 970-249-7202


Quarterly, please call for dates and times

If you would like more information before starting the application process please call us (970) 249-7202.

UVLA cannot provide services for a variety of cases including criminal cases, fee generating cases (such as personal injury) or traffic disputes. Please check our full list of services for your legal issue.

The legal system is intimidating and legal issues can easily get overwhelming. We’re here to help. Contact us or call 249-7202.

UVLA does not have an attorney on staff and nothing said by a staff member of UVLA is, or should be considered to be, legal advice. No staff member of UVLA has the legal right to give legal advice or assist in decision-making or strategy pertaining to legal matters. UVLA staff is available to assist with procedural matters and give general information about the process, rules, rights, and responsibilities pertaining to many areas of law. When providing brief services and filling out forms, UVLA staff cannot assist individuals with deciding which forms to fill out or what information to enter.

UVLA does not have an attorney on staff. No attorney spoken to through UVLA’s services represents a client unless an Attorney Agreement is signed through the attorney’s office. UVLA staff will never facilitate the signing of an Attorney Agreement. Once an Attorney Agreement is signed, all correspondence will be conducted through the attorney’s office until a closed letter is received by UVLA from the attorney’s office. *UVLA cannot assist clients who are represented by an attorney

UVLA Provides Legal Assistance
With Priority Given To:

  • domestic and family violence
  • potential harm to children
  • potential loss of housing or basic needs
  • violations of rights

Family Law pro se and pro bono placement priority is given to:

  1. cases involving domestic violence or emotional abuse
  2. custody cases and post decree matters in which children are at risk
  3. clients with disabilities
  4. cases not involving children or violence in which the couple has been separated 30 days or more
  5. cases in which pro se assistance is not sufficient

Housing Law pro se and pro bono
placement priority is given to:

  1.  eviction involving children that may result in homelessness
  2. eviction of seniors that may result in homelessness
  3. clients wanting to break a lease due to safety or violation of rights
  4. cases in which pro se assistance is not sufficient

Estate Law pro se and pro bono placement priority is given to:

  1. basic wills
  2. probate
  3. powers of attorney

Consumer Law pro se and pro bono
priority is given to:

  1. senior exploitation
  2. bankruptcy

Sealing criminal records pro se and pro bono priority is given to:

  1. individuals with dependents
  2. cases involving loss of housing and basic needs
  3.  individuals who have been a victim of violence


We may be able to provide legal assistance in other areas – please contact us to find out whether you are eligible for our services and whether we can assist you with your particular case.

*Financial eligibility is determined by federal poverty guidelines.