Below you will find links to written information, forms, and also how to ask a lawyer a question and/or how to get a lawyer to represent you. Some areas of the state have more information than others.  You may wish to look at information from other areas as well as your own.


Legal Information:


Member and Applicant information from TennCare

This link is for people who need help apply for Tenncare or are looking for help completing a renewal packet.  


Need Help with TennCare?

"Tennessee Justice Center provides free legal help to Tennesseans across the state.  Our trained staff help families cut through red tape to get vital health care and nutrition benefits. TJC can help with these types of problems: TennCare questions, TennCare enrollment or redetermination problems, delayed TennCare application, TennCare won’t cover care you need / that your doctor ordered, problems with Medicare Savings Programs, help see if you are eligible for insurance coverage or find other health care resources, problems with long-term care programs like TennCare CHOICES or ECF CHOICES, SNAP (food stamps) questions or problems."  Tennessee Justice Center


TennCare Public Benefits help in Memphis

"EarnBenefits connects you to benefits that can help you increase your takehome pay, build savings, and more."  For more information or if you are seeking help with a civil legal problem, please click on the link above to contact Memphis Area Legal Services.  





Standard Court Forms for all of Tennessee



Legal Advice:


Volunteer Lawyers Who Will Answer Questions for Free Online

How it works:  

  1. We'll ask you some questions to see if we can help you. If we can help, you'll make an account.
  2. Ask your non-criminal legal question. 
  3. We will e-mail you when your question receives a response. Come back to the web site and sign in to read the response.



Find Representation:


Directory of Legal Aid Attorneys and Other Agencies by County



Additional Resources:


Tennessee Disability Pathfinder

"Tennessee Disability Pathfinder (“Pathfinder”) provides free information, resources, support, and referrals to Tennesseans with disabilities and their families.  Through three major program components, we provide information and resources to individuals of all ages, all types of disabilities, and language spoken."  - Pathfinder 




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