Pro Bono services are legal services provided by attorneys who are volunteering their time “pro bono publico”, or “for the public good”. At the Circuit Court for Harford County, there are 2 pro bono programs designed to provide free legal assistance to low-income self-represented litigants.
Maryland Court Help Centers
Free legal help with your civil matter
8:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday
- Self-Help Center
- Lawyer in the Lobby Program
- Harford County Bar Foundation
- Maryland Court Help (free mobile app)
NOTE: The Circuit Court for Harford County is not liable in any way for any advice given or any advice not given during one's interview at the Court Self-Help Center and/or at the Lawyer in the Lobby Program. The attorney(s) who is staffing the program is not a Circuit Court for Harford County employee.
If you are interested in information about resolving a dispute out of court through Collaborative Practice, please go to http://collaborativeprojectmd.org.
Collaborative Law is a structured process that provides the opportunity to deal with concerns without resorting to litigation. The services provided by Collaborative Project of Maryland are offered to those who meet its low income guidelines.