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Adams County Legal Self-Help Center

Legal Self-Help Center amenities

  • Computers & Internet:

    Internet-connected computers available for public use

  • WiFi:

    Access to wireless internet

  • Online court forms:

    Court forms and legal papers available online, including those at

  • Paper court forms:

    Paper court forms available

  • Online legal info:

    Online legal information available for viewing, emailing, printing, sharing, etc.

  • Printed legal info:

    Brochures or packets of legal information available

  • Online referrals to legal help:

    Referrals to free and paid legal help available through

  • Referrals to legal aid:

    Referrals given to legal aid programs that provide free legal help to low-income people who qualify

  • Website navigator:

    Someone can help you find free legal information and court forms on

  • Court navigator:

    Someone can answer basic questions about going to court.

  • Printers:

    Printers available to print legal information and court forms

  • Scanners:

    Scanners available to make digital copies of paper court forms, for emailing or e-filing

  • "Lawyer in the library" program:

    Volunteer lawyers give free advice for some legal issues at scheduled times and days

The Adams County Legal Self-Help Center is a place where you can learn about the law, your legal rights, and how to go to court. If you have a legal issue, you can go to this legal self-help center to:

  • use a computer for free,
  • search online for answers to your legal questions,
  • find and prepare court forms, and
  • find instructions on how to handle common legal problems.

The Legal Self-Help Center does NOT provide legal advice to its patrons. See below for more information about what this center does offer.

Locations (1)

Quincy Public Library

526 Jersey Street
Quincy, IL 62301
Currently: open
This center offers:
Computers & Internet
Online court forms
Online legal info
Online referrals to legal help
Website navigator