Justice for all. One family at a time.
Family Legal Care offers unrepresented parents and caregivers the legal support and guidance they need to navigate New York State Family Court.Legal Resources
Read Our 2022 Annual Report!
Thanks to our community of supporters and advocates, last year thousands of parents and caregivers were able to access life-changing legal services to self-advocate for better futures for their families in New York Family Court.Read Our 2022 Annual Report
We increase access to justice for New York families by providing innovative legal services and promoting system-wide reform of the courts and public agencies. Watch our video to learn more.
Programs & Services
Through legal guidance, easy-to-access technology, and compassionate support, we offer families the tools and resources to confidently self-advocate in Family Court.LEARN MORE
System Reform & Advocacy
We amplify the voices of pro se litigants and advocate for a more just and equitable court-system for all.LEARN MORE
We provide legal care to over 25,000 families a year who count on us when they need it most.LEARN MORE
In-depth consultations with staff and pro bono attorneys for legal advice and case preparation
Calls, email and live-chat messages with people in need of urgent family law information
You were extremely helpful and resourceful. You've lifted a weight off my shoulders and I’m feeling much more secure about my daughter’s safety. Can't wait to continue to work with you.
Brianna, Mother, Bronx Family Court
Visit Our Tech Hubs
With locations in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx, Family Legal Care Tech Hubs provide a comfortable, confidential space where you can use computers and internet to complete court forms and access virtual hearings.LEARN MORE
Our Pro Bono Partners
Our Pro Bono Partners serve people far and wide across the state via user-friendly technology that enables attorneys and litigants to meet over video and share documents in real time.LEARN MORE
This program has offered a legal lifeline for Family Court litigants throughout New York State who are homebound or disabled, live in rural areas or have transportation or childcare issues. During the Covid-19 pandemic, this virtual pro bono platform is a critical tool in expanding pro bono resources to assist Family Court litigants statewide.”
Hon. Edwina Mendelson, Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for Justice Initiatives, NYS Unified Court System