Kelly Austin greets a client in front of the law school.
Apply to be a client
Print out this questionnaire, fill it out and fax it or mail it. Or, you can call (758-5061) and ask us to mail you the Eligibility Questionnaire. After we receive it, we will determine if you qualify. (To qualify, you must have a monthly household income of $1,800 or less, if you are single, and $2,400 or less, if you are married.) If you do qualify, we will send a letter to you telling you that your name has been added to our waiting list.
The Elder Law Clinic cannot accept all cases. The procedures for case selection change from time to time. We see the majority of those on our waiting list between September 1 and May 1. When the law students are out of school for the summer, we don’t see new clients. However, that’s a great time to apply.
Note: We do not answer legal questions via e-mail or phone. If you need legal help, you must start with the Eligibility Questionnaire. If you still have questions, though, please call us. To locate a board-certified attorney, please check with the NC State Bar and with the National Elder Law Foundation. Also, check out our Resources.
Request a Speaker
Each year The Elder Law Clinic students speak to various community groups. The dates they are available to speak to your group are in the fall from September 1 through December 1, and in the spring from February 1 through April 15.
- Living Wills
- Powers of Attorney (health and financial)
- Medicaid Coverage for Nursing Home Care
- Abuse and Neglect
- Consumer Issues
- LGBT Elders