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Disability Legal Services of Indiana, Inc.

Last Update:3/13/2018
Contact:
Title:
Address:5954 N. College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220
County:Entire State
Phone:317-426-7733
Toll Free:
Fax:317-282-0608
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:www.disabilitylegalservicesindiana.org
Mission
To provide free and low-cost legal services to children and adults with disabilities in Indiana. To educate the public about the legal rights and resources available to children and adults with disabilities in Indiana.
Program Description

DLSI’s primary area of service is the representation of children and adults with disabilities in educational matters. DLSI may also represent children and adults with disabilities in the related areas of probate, including guardianship, and disability law compliance.

Please contact our office to discuss eligibility and cost for services. All clients must complete an intake form to determine eligibility for services.

DLSI will also conduct educational seminars on special education and disability rights throughout Indiana.  Please check the website for information about seminars in your area or to download a client intake form.

Please note: We are unable to answer legal questions online or over the telephone.

Financial
If a client has an annual income at or below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines, DLSI legal services are generally free. If your annual income is above 150% of the federal poverty guidelines, you will be charged an hourly fee for DLSI’s legal services. The hourly fee will vary depending upon your income level. Additionally, you may have to pay a portion of the expenses associated with representation including filing fees, if applicable, and other charges.
Services
Advocacy
Legal Services
Counties Serviced
Entire State
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