Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

Snell & Wilmer Coronavirus Legal Aid Clinic


Snell & Wilmer, in conjunction with Community Legal Services, is pleased to offer free legal information for individuals with general questions on these pandemic-related issues:

  1. Unemployment Insurance
    Guidance for Arizona unemployment insurance for income loss due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  2. CARES Act
    Assistance with CARES Act stimulus checks if it has not yet been received.
  3. Inability to Pay Rent for Housing
    When and how you can notify your landlord of an inability to pay rent due to income losses related to the coronavirus pandemic and understanding what may happen next.

Our free clinic is limited to these categories.

How to Speak with an Attorney

Please submit your question to clac@swlaw.com or leave a voicemail at 602.382.6919.

Please include the following information in your email or voicemail:

  • Your full name;
  • Your phone number;
  • Your email address, if you have one;
  • Which topic your inquiry relates to (unemployment, CARES Act, inability to pay rent);
  • The name of your former or current employer or landlord, if your inquiry relates to unemployment or rent issues;
  • A brief description of your issue.

Disclaimers

  • The information provided on the Snell & Wilmer Coronavirus Legal Aid Clinic website does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only.
  • Use of, and access to, this phone number, voicemail, website, or any of the links or resources contained within the site, does not create an attorney-client relationship between the individual and Snell & Wilmer.
  • If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911.

Clinic FAQs

If I submit a question or leave a voicemail for the Clinic, does that mean Snell & Wilmer attorneys represent me?
No. No attorney-client relationship is created by accessing or using this webpage or Clinic phone number. For various reasons, such as conflicts of interest, volume of inquiries, or the nature of the question, we may not be able to assist everyone.
Will Snell & Wilmer attorneys represent me long-term?
No. The Clinic offers limited representation only, limited to the interaction you have with a Clinic attorney by phone. No ongoing attorney-client relationship is created between you and Snell & Wilmer by using the Clinic.
What if I need a pro bono attorney for a different issue or need more help than the Snell & Wilmer Clinic can provide?
Call Community Legal Services at 602.258.3434. CLS offers free legal services to individuals at or near poverty level.

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