Welcome to Colorado Legal Services Pro Bono Projects
This website has information for agencies and applicants concerning CLS Pro Bono Programs’ priorities, and procedures to apply for help.
Click on the area where you live above to learn more about the pro bono program in your area.
Pueblo County Pro Bono Project
Pueblo County Pro Bono Project works with volunteer attorneys to provide advice, limited representation and full representation to low-income clients with civil legal cases. Due to limited resources, not every low-income client can be helped.
The Pueblo County Pro Bono Project is a branch of Colorado Legal Services and follows the same laws and regulations regarding the types of cases that are accepted.
TO APPLY, complete the application below that applies to your situation. The completed application can be dropped off, mailed, emailed, or faxed to:
Colorado Legal Services Pueblo Pro Bono Office
1000 West 6th Street, Suite I
Pueblo, Co 81008
• Physical location of office is the Midtown Shopping Center next door to the bowling alley
• Please call 719-545-6708 ex 333 for additional information
Family Law Court Program (FLCP)
The Pueblo County Family Law Court Program, is now available to low-income individuals .The program, operates in partnership with the Pueblo County Bar Association and in collaboration with the Pueblo District Court. The program is designed to help clients with Dissolutions (divorces) and Allocation of Parental Responsibilities.
- Dissolution of Marriage / No Children
- Dissolution of Marriage / Children
- Allocation of Parental Responsibilities (APR)
Fremont County Family Law Court Program
The Fremont County Family Law Court Program operates in collaboration with the Fremont District Court. The program is designed to help clients with Dissolutions (divorces) and Allocation of Parental Responsibilities. This program is specific to applicants involved in domestic violence.
- Fremont FLCP applications and information (limited to domestic valance victims)
Pueblo Protection Order Clinic (PPOC)
The Pueblo Protection Order Clinic operates in collaboration with Colorado Legal Services (CLS) and the Pueblo County Pro Bono Project and in cooperation with the 10th JD and ACOVA. The goal is to increase access for low-income individuals to have free legal assistance and to be represented by an attorney for the return/contested hearings.
• Pro Bono Attorneys represent domestic violence victims at protection order hearings
**Please contact Colorado Legal Services at 719-545-6708 or A Community Organization For Victim Assistance (ACOVA) at 719-553-2460 for more information**
Neighborhood Legal Information Clinic
Free attorney information on a wide variety of legal topics including but not limited to:
• Child support and custody
• Grandparent legal issues
• Debtor/creditor problems
• Consumer affairs
• Wills, estate planning and probate
• Social Security
• Special clinics may be set up to help people with immigration questions,
domestic violence, and senior rights issues
What to expect at the clinic:
• Attorneys will meet with participants for 15 minutes
• All information is available in English and Spanish
• Advanced appointments are not necessary
• Please sign in between 5:45 and 7:15
• Everyone who is signed in before 7:15 will be able to meet with an attorney.
Sealing Criminal Records
Attorneys review client court records and advise if clients can seal their records
- Seal /Expunge Criminal Records (also includes information on how to get records for review)
Ask A Lawyer
Programs on a variety of legal topics are broadcast on Public TV Channel 17 and Comcast. Check your local listing for viewing time and topics.