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Native American Program of Legal Aid Services of Oregon

Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is a nonprofit organization working to achieve justice for the low-income communities of Oregon by providing a full range of civil legal help. LASO helps people with incomes up to 125% of the federal poverty level and in some situations can help people slightly above this level. 

Legal Aid Services of Oregon's Native American Program provides free information, legal advice, brief services, and full representation to low-income tribe members, tribes, and affiliated groups in cases related to tribal status, such as treaty rights, enrollment, probate of indian wills and trust property estate planning, tribal court representation, and other related issues.

Eligibility Criteria

Financial Eligibility

This organization has financial eligibility rules. You will need to provide income information if you apply for help.

Targeted Population

Tribal members

Area(s) Served


Legal Issue Areas

Wills & Life Planning, Family

General Contact Info

4531 SE Belmont St., Suite 201, Portland, OR 97215

(503) 223-9483

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How to get help

By phone

(503) 223-9483