Is your landlord taking you to eviction court?
Get fast and free legal help from legal aid’s
new Eviction Defense Project
Get fast and free legal help from
legal aid’s new Eviction Defense Project
The Eviction Defense Project provides free legal assistance to low-income tenants facing eviction court cases.
Contact us right away so we can review your case before it is too late.
Have your court case number and hearing date ready.
Eviction court moves fast. Don’t wait.
Apply for rental assistance now if you haven’t already.
Go to 211.org to find information about rent assistance resources in your area.
No matter what, show up to court and call us before signing anything.
If you don’t show up, you may lose automatically, even if you applied for rent assistance. To show up, follow the instructions on the eviction paperwork. Some courts are allowing tenants to call in to their hearing instead of in-person. Also, please call us before signing any settlement agreements with your landlord.
Fill out the following form or call us directly.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Our services are free for eligible low-income Oregonians no matter your immigration status.
A lawyer or paralegal will follow up with you to get more details on your case. That helps us know if your eviction is illegal or if you have a case against your landlord. We will consult with you about your options and, if you have a case, we may be able to defend you in court.
Yes! If you do not show up to court, you could lose your case.
Yes. We provide services regardless of immigration status and there is no immigration consequence to anyone for receiving help from our office.