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Welcome to Legal Aid of East Tennessee

The mission of Legal Aid of East Tennessee is to ensure equal justice for elderly, abused, and low income persons, providing a wide range of civil legal assistance and advocacy.

LAET has been part of the community structure of East Tennessee for over 40 years, serving 26 counties from Chattanooga to Johnson City.

With offices in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Johnson City, Maryville, and Morristown, LAET provides civil legal representation to East Tennesseans who cannot afford a private attorney.




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THANK YOU FOR VOTING FOR LEGAL AID - YOU HELPED US WIN $5,000!

Starting March 25th, First Tennessee Foundation began giving $5,000 a day for 150 days to different non-profit organizations.  Winning non-profits have been determined by online voting.  Thanks to your help,Legal Aid of East Tennessee became the winning non-profit for Thursday, August 14th!

We are grateful to First Tennessee Foundation for including LAET in the "150 Days of Giving" voting.  LAET's $5,000 award will help us extend our civil legal assistance to more East Tennesseans who qualify.

Legal Aid of East Tennessee congratulates all the other non-profits who have been daily winners.  To see a list of all the winners, click here.
 



 
SELF-HELP DIVORCE CLINIC

Do you and your spouse want to be divorced… and are you in agreement about all the details?  If so, you may qualify to participate in LAET’s
“Self-Help Divorce Clinic.”

The clinic will help you prepare all the necessary papers you’ll need.  You will also receive instructions on how to file the papers and on what you must do to finalize your divorce.

In order to qualify, YOU MUST:

  • Have an income below 125% of the federal poverty level
  • Own no real property (a home or land)
  • Have no pension or retirement account
  • Have ALL personal property AND debts divided
  • If you have children, have an agreement on shared parenting time and child support
If you would like to apply for LAET’s Self-Help Divorce Clinic, click on the red "BEGIN ONLINE INTAKE" button on the right of this web page and follow the guide.  If you have any questions about the project, call our Knoxville office at (865) 637-0484.


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This free program lets you apply for help from Legal Aid of East Tennessee. We help low-income East Tennesseans, seniors, and persons with disabilities with legal issues.

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