Legal Aid of Marin provides services to low-income Marin county residents in the areas of housing, consumer, employment, elder law, and for individuals in the Marin Community Court – a court that meets once a month to resolve lifestyle infractions (camping/sleeping in parks, jaywalking, open container, etc.).

Legal Aid of Marin also does limited family law cases, but only when the Family and Children’s Law Center cannot take a case because of a conflict. Family law inquiries should first be directed to the Family and Children’s Law Center.

Ways to Contact

To request an appointment, call 415.492.0230, ext 102. Leave a message including your name, phone number, town you live in, and any court deadlines or legal notices you have received.

Or, submit an appointment request online HERE.


The receptionist will call you back within 24 hours or on the next business day. After you connect, the organization will tell you next steps.


Collect key information in advance if possible: case numbers, names of key people, court dates and deadlines, documents related to the issue, and any questions you have.