The WTLS Office in Huntingdon is currently closed to the public. Staff continues to work and will contact clients to create alternative arrangements for meetings.

Providing Equal Access to Justice

We are a nonprofit providing civil legal help to underserved individuals, families, and communities in 17 counties in West Tennessee.

Providing Equal Access to Justice

We are a nonprofit providing civil legal help to underserved individuals, families, and communities in 17 counties in West Tennessee.

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Housing Discrimination Rights of Persons with HIV and AIDS

The Federal Fair Housing Act prohibits the denial of housing to a person based on the Person's membership in one or more of the classes protected...
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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

What custody options are available to me?  Kinship Foster Care (Relative Caregiver Program) – If the Department of Children Services (DCS) has custody of your grandchild as a result of…

Sara Barnett

"Doing pro bono work for WTLS is very important to me because it gives me the opportunity to feel like I am making a difference in someone’s life who could not afford an attorney and truly needs me in a situation that is potentially life changing for them. It is personally rewarding to me to feel like I am contributing in some small way to ensure access to justice for all, which in turn makes me feel good and makes me a better attorney to all my clients."

- Sara Barnett, WTLS Volunteer Attorney