legal assistance to the elderly
Compassionate counsel and free legal services for senior and disabled San Francisco residents
our new address is:
1663 Mission Street, Suite 225
San Francisco, 94103
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Thanks to our Sponsors!
Elks Lodge #3
Venables Bell & Partners
IMPACT - Richard Hurlburt
Bridge of Hope Foundation - Gordon Laventurier
Greenstein & McDonald Attorneys at Law
Tobener Ravenscroft LLP
Hooshmand Law Group
Terra Gallery & Events - David Boyle
Mosbrucker & Foran Humphreys Joiner Law Group
Law Office of Matthew Brinegar Ed Ilumin
Keith Rockmael - Zephyr Real Estate Kathy Pugh
Law Offices of Mary Catherine Wiederhold Madelaine Martin
Wolford Wayne LLP Law Offices of Andrew Westley
Magan Biggs Carol Bettencourt & Don Willenburg
LAE provides hope for thousands of San Franciscans in need.
Legal Assistance to the Elderly's mission is to provide free legal services to elders and adults with disabilities who are at risk of losing their housing, healthcare or income, or are victims of physical or financial abuse. This work helps to keep San Francisco’s most vulnerable residents safe, financially stable, and housed.
San Francisco's astronomical rise in evictions is hitting our city's senior and disabled residents especially hard. LAE provides free full-scope representation to elderly and disabled residents, many on limited incomes, who urgently need our help.
LAE is often the last chance for our clients to save a home, stop financial or physical elder abuse, or retain vital benefits. More than ever, there is an increasing need for our services.
Join us in the fight to help San Francisco's elderly and adults with disabilities live better lives.
To ensure San Francisco's seniors and disabled
adult residents have the ability to exercise their legal rights and have full access to all benefits
and services to which they are entitled.
When eviction, elder abuse, problems with public benefits or creditors threaten, LAE is your lifeline.
For our legal service program, you must be a San Francisco resident and either age sixty or older, or age eighteen through fifty-nine and have a disability.
LAE provides advice, referrals and/or representation at no cost to eligible individuals who are experiencing the following:
For an intake call (415) 538-3333