Links to Free Legal Help during the COVID-19 outbreak.
This page provides information on how to find local, state, and national resources if you need legal help as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Renters & Homeowners:
Can I be evicted during Coronavirus?
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), announced a temporary halt to residential evictions to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. This Order is effective from September 4, 2020 through December 31, 2020.
Click on the link below to learn more about this eviction moratorium and to access the declaration form you'll need to provide to your landlord to prevent eviction.
The Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands has put together information booklets about the impact of Conoravirus on renters and homeowners. Click on the links below to learn more.
Emergency Financial Assistance:
The Tennessee Department of Human Services is providing financial aid to certain families that lost employement due to COVID-19. Applications are being accepted online. Clck on the link below to learn more and apply:
The COVID-19 Response Fund was created to assist individuals and families experiencing financial hardship due to this virus. Visit the site below to find resources that are available right now.
This is information provided by the Arts and Business Council of Greater Nashville in response to the impact of COVID-19 and business closures.
The Tennessee Department of Labor's website provides a great deal of information as to Tennesseans' eligibility for unemployment benefits and the process required to receive them. Visit their site by clicking on the link below:
Unemployment Insurance - Frequently Asked Questions:
Eligibility information for self-employed workers provided by the Tennessee Department of Labor:
You can find up-to-date information on the TennCare Coronavirus webpage here.
For free legal advice and referrals, call 844-HELP4TN (844-435-7486) or visit the American Bar Association's free online legal clinic to get answers to your legal questions from a licensed Tennessee attorney.
You may also find your local legal aid program below:
For a update on the status of Tennessee courts during the coronavirus outbreak, click here.
The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts has links to local orders, government actions, coronavirus specific laws, and other resources. Click here to visit their site.
Small Business Owners:
Visit the U.S. Small Business Administration for guidance and loan resources for those impacted by the Coronavirus
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More COVID-Specific Information in Tennessee: