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Wisconsin Judicare serves the northern 33 counties providing legal representation to low-income individuals. From this page you can find out how Wisconsin Judicare works, if you might be eligible for services and how to apply.

Click here for the Judicare brochure, which includes information about applying for Judicare services and eligibility.


Please note that Wisconsin Judicare's online website, Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project (NWLAP), which served the northern 33 counties of Wisconsin, has been discontinued.

A new state-wide legal advice project has been launched by Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission, called Wisconsin Free Legal Answers.  Click here to go to the new Wisconsin Legal Advice Online website.  

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Find out if you're eligible for free legal help through Wisconsin Judicare.

We have developed a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and how it might affect several areas of your life: Housing, Utilities, Taxes & Government Funds, Public Benefits, Custody & Placement, Unemployment, and other related matters.

If you are eligible based on your income and resources, Wisconsin Judicare may be able to provide legal services to you.

If you are a resident of our service area or an enrolled tribal member, then you are eligible to apply for Judicare services at any time.

A list of our outreach partner agencies

Wisconsin Judicare is the civil legal service provider for the northern 33 counties of Wisconsin and Legal Action of Wisconsin is the legal service provider for the remaining 39 Wisconsin counties.

If you live in Wisconsin Judicare’s service area but have a court hearing or case pending in another Wisconsin county or another state, please contact Wisconsin Judicare to apply for services.

There are two potential sources of client grievances:  denial of assistance because of ineligibility, and complaints about the legal services provided.