Homeowners in foreclosure can still receive free legal help at the Foreclosure Assistance Clinic, which meets on Tuesdays from 9-11 am at the Dane County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton St., Room L1007 (inside the Legal Resource Center). No appointment is necessary. Please bring your legal papers to the session. Volunteer lawyers and trained law students from the University of Wisconsin Law School’s Consumer Law Clinic will provide homeowners with basic information about the foreclosure process and help them respond to the foreclosure lawsuit.
Note: You can call the Legal Resource Center at 608-266-6316 to confirm that the clinic will be open before you travel. The clinic goes on hiatus for short periods between UW Law School sessions. When the clinic is not available, homeowners should contact the State Bar’s Lawyer Referral & Information Service at 800-362-9082 (regular cost attorneys) or apply for help through the State Bar’s Modest Means Panel (reduced cost attorneys if you qualify).