New Website Puts Law Within Reach for Spanish Speakers empowers Illinois’ booming Hispanic population with free self-help legal resources

CHICAGO, IL, January 23, 2012 – Hispanics in Illinois unable to afford an attorney now have an online Spanish-language resource to help them resolve their legal problems 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The new website,, developed by Illinois Legal Aid Online and Legal Assistance Foundation (LAF), delivers easy-to-use, free legal information in more than two dozen areas of law., which is a mirrored version of the award-winning, provides zip code-based referrals to local legal services programs across the state and free, plain language legal information and resources for common legal problems. The website makes navigating a confusing legal system easy and free to lower-income Spanish-speakers facing legal issues like domestic violence, mortgage foreclosure, immigration and more.

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