Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc. was founded in 1966 as a private non-profit corporation. FRLS provides free legal assistance.

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Charlotte County
Desoto County
Glades County
Hardee County
Hendry County
Highlands County
Indian River County
Lee County
Martin County
Okeechobee County
Palm Beach County
Polk County
St. Lucie County


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AB is elderly and disabled. She fell behind on her mortgage. To save her home, client spoke with a "foreclosure rescue” company. They promised to save her home but ended up taking her money and the deed to her home.

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FLORIDA RURAL LEGAL SERVICES 

Florida Rural Legal services, Inc. is a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing quality legal advice, representation and education for low income people and communities.

Welcome to our website. Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc. is a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing quality civil legal advice, representation and education for low income people and communities.

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FRLS is funded in part by the Legal Services Corporation (LSC).  As a condition of the funding it receives from the LSC, FRLS is restricted from engaging in certain activities in all of its legal work, including work supported by other funding sources.  As such, FRLS may not expend any funds for any activity prohibited by the LSC Act, 42 US Code, Section 2996 et seq., or Public Law 104-134.  For a copy of these laws or for further clarification, please contact the Administrative Office of FRLS.