To Qualify for Our Services: You must meet certain low-income guidelines. Every person applying for our services must complete a financial affidavit before being considered for help. Click here to see our financial eligibility guidelines.

  • Things We Do Not Handle: Middle Georgia Justice cannot help with temporary restraining orders, unemployment issues, food stamp issues, criminal cases, traffic tickets, worker’s compensation, evictions, bankruptcy or personal injury cases.
  • No Attorney Client Relationship: Filling out this form does not mean you are a Middle Georgia Justice client. You are responsible for meeting your own deadlines. We will use the information in these forms to see if we can help you. We cannot accept every case and not everyone is eligible to speak with our attorneys or to get a referral.

Complete the appropriate form below and submit it and a completed Financial Affidavit to us. Call 478 238-0224 if you have any questions. Once you have submitted your forms, we will be in touch with you about scheduling an intake interview or give you some other direction, as appropriate.

All patrons wanting an appointment must complete this form.

For pending divorce cases or those who want to file a divorce case

For visitation/custody rights for a child born out of wedlock

For those wishing to obtain custody over a child

If someone you know has passed away without a will and you need help probating their assets or property.

If someone you know has passed away with a will and you need help probating their assets or property.

For those wishing to care for an incapacitated person

If someone related to you has passed away and you need help probating their assets or property.

For those wishing to clean up their criminal records

For cases not involving custody, divorce, legitimation, probate or criminal records