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If you or someone you know is being forced to provide sex or labor, or to report a trafficking tip, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-3737-888 for confidential help & info 24 hours a day.  Call JusticeMatters for confidential legal assistance at 919-794-7511.

If you suspect the abuse or neglect of a child, call DSS in the county where the child resides or call 911 to make a report.

If you have a legal problem and desire to speak with one of our attorneys, please call us at (919) 794-7511 to schedule an intake appointment.

At the appointment you will have the opportunity to meet privately with a member of our intake team to explain your legal problem so that we can determine how JusticeMatters might be able to assist you. Please be aware that attending an intake appointment does not guarantee that you will be represented by JusticeMatters.

The conversations we have with you are confidential and JusticeMatters does not report undocumented individuals to immigration officials. Please bring all documents that are relevant to your legal issue to the appointment, as well as proof of your financial status (information regarding your weekly, monthly, or annual income).

Languages: English and Spanish. If you speak another language, we’re glad to work with you through an interpreter.

We are unable to answer legal questions online or over the telephone. If you wish to speak to a JusticeMatters attorney about your legal problem, you will need to schedule an intake appointment.


JusticeMatters provides legal services on a sliding scale basis to individuals residing in Durham, Wake, and Orange counties who qualify (based on our case acceptance criteria) in a number of legal areas, including:

      • Anti-Trafficking Services (civil and immigration services)
      • Humanitarian Immigration Services
        • T Visa (survivors of human trafficking)
        • U Visa (survivors of crime)
        • VAWA Petition (survivors of domestic violence)
        • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) (abused, abandoned, and neglected children)
        • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
        • Adjustment of Status
      • Family Law Services
        • Adoption
        • Custody / Visitation
        • Child Support
        • Protective Orders
        • Power of Attorney

Clients who have already retained JusticeMatters for assistance with one of the legal issues above can also obtain assistance with other civil or immigration legal needs through JusticeMatters’ volunteer attorneys.

Case acceptance criteria include, but are not limited to, case type, family assets and income, and organizational capacity and priorities. JusticeMatters does not require potential clients to identify with a religion in order to obtain services and does not require clients to engage in religious activities or conversations.

Please note that the content of this website has been prepared by JusticeMatters, Inc. for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. It is not an offer to represent you, nor is it intended to create an attorney-client relationship.  You should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel.  Do not send us information until you speak to one of our attorneys and get authorization to send that information to us.  The content of any internet email sent to JusticeMatters or any of its attorneys at the email addresses set forth in this website will not create an attorney-client relationship and will not be treated as confidential.