Located on the 2nd floor
Kane County Judicial Center
37W777 IL Route 38, St. Charles, IL 60175
Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center in partnership with
Administer Justice and the Kane County Bar Association has created a program to
assist qualifying low income individuals with their Kane County legal needs.
Lawyers volunteer their time to provide legal coaching, document review, and
referrals for qualifying individuals.
This service is for low-income people with legal matters in Kane County who cannot afford to pay an attorney. You must qualify.
The lawyer will not go to court for you or be your lawyer. This service is limited to what the lawyer talks to you about in your meeting.
The lawyer will meet with you for approximately 30 minutes and will let you know what you may realistically expect to happen in your case. He/she may review any papers/forms you'd like to give to the court, refer you to other community services and programs that may help with your issue, and let you know what you should do next.
Visit the Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center. You will fill out and sign a "Certification of Finances" form that a librarian will review to see if you meet the qualifications for the service.
You cannot qualify by phone—you will need to come in person. You will not need to bring any paperwork with you.
Any time the library is open.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 8:00pm
Second floor of the Kane County Judicial Center which is on Roosevelt Road, one mile west of Randall Road.
Kane County Law Library
37W777 State Route 38
St. Charles IL 60175
No. We will make an appointment for you at a future time, often within the week. You will need to return to the law library on your scheduled date and time to meet with the lawyer in one of our conference rooms.
All volunteering lawyers are licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois. Volunteers currently include members of the Kane County Bar Association and Administer Justice (a local legal aid agency).
Bring all paperwork that relates to the legal issue to discuss along with a notepad and pen to write down what the lawyer tells you to do.