The Legal Aid Society of Louisville was set up in 1921 to give free legal help to people in need. They continue serving the Louisville area today, helping families resolve problems. To find out if they can help you, go through the application process here.
For valuable free legal advice on divorce, child support, custody, and domestic violence, contact the Legal Aid Network of Kentucky. They provide links to legal aid organizations around the state, and also have great resources in their easy-to-use online library that give you the information you need to know about legal matters in the state of Kentucky.
If you’re having difficulty finding someone to talk to nearby, check the Kentucky Bar Association’s website for the toll-free number in your county. The advisers on the telephone will refer you to a local legal services group or one of the attorneys who provides free legal help to low-income families.