Online Lawyer Referral Service
The Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) is operated as a public service of the Idaho State Bar. All LRS attorneys are members in good standing with the Idaho State Bar with no pending public disciplinary complaints and the LRS attorneys carry Professional Liability Insurance. The LRS attorneys have agreed to provide their clients with an initial $35 half-hour office consultation fee. LRS attorneys handling Personal Injury or Workers' Compensation cases have agreed to a free consultation. After the initial half-hour, any further fees are to be negotiated between the lawyer and client. The Idaho State Bar does not charge the public for these referrals and receives no money from the attorneys for the referrals. All attorneys listed have paid a fee to participate in the LRS. Not all Idaho State Bar attorneys are members of the LRS service.
If you need a referral to an attorney in another state, try the American Bar Association's Directory of Lawyer Referral Programs.
If you are not sure you need to hire an attorney, you can check our list of Other Legal Services.
Attorneys: If you would like to participate in the Idaho State Bar Lawyer Referral Service click on the following link to learn how you can join today: Join the Lawyer Referral Service.
Area of Law
(click on one)
|Administration||Cases involving local (city/county/and boards), state, and federal government agencies.|
|Bankruptcy||Cases involving the inability of an individual, or organization to pay their creditors.|
|Business & Corporate||Cases concerning the creation, regulations and practices of businesses and corporations.|
|Consumer||Cases involving the regulation of products or services in order to protect the interests of consumers.|
|Criminal||Cases regarding crimes or offenses made against the state or to members of the public.|
|Debtor/Creditor||Cases pertaining to individuals or companies that owe debt or to another individual or company.|
|Elder Law||Cases concerning the general care and overall protection of senior citizens.|
|Employment||Cases dealing with employment related issues including wrongful discharge, wage claims, discrimination, harassment, pensions and benefits.|
|Family Law||Cases dealing with family-related issues including Divorce/Separation, Child Custody/Support, Adoption, Paternity, Restraining Orders, Terminate Parent Rights and Grandparent Rights.|
|General Litigation||Cases involving a lawsuit in which a controversy is brought before the court including Crime Victims, Malpractice, Products Liability, Property Damage, Libel/Slander and Health Law/HIPAA.|
|Immigration||Cases regarding the legal rights, duties, and obligations of Non-U.S. Citizens.|
|Intellectual Property||Cases regarding creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce.|
|International Law||Cases concerning the relationships between countries, or between persons or entities in different countries.|
|Military Law||Cases dealing with issues such as; procedures for military discipline, what is or what is not a lawful command, and obligations for service personnel.|
|Personal Injury||Cases involving people who claim to have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or other entity.|
|Real Property||Cases pertaining to the rights and obligations of property rental and ownership.|
|Social Security||Cases concerning social security benefits, SSI, SSDI, survivor benefits and old age benefits.|
|Taxation||Cases dealing with the economic transaction levied by government agencies upon individuals or companies.|
|Tribal Law||Cases involving or be heard by the Idaho Tribal Courts.|
|Water Law||Cases dealing with the ownership, control, and use of water as a resource.|
|Wills & Trusts||Cases pertaining to the process of wrapping up a person's affairs, paying their bills and distributing their assets.|
|Workers’ Compensation||Cases concerning the assistance provided to injured employees for medical expenses and lost wages and claims against employers.|