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Q. Is the law library open to the public?

  1. The law library is open to the general public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

 Q. Can I meet clients in the law library?

  1. Yes. There are several private meeting rooms in the library’s lower level that are often used for this purpose.

Q. Can I hold a deposition at the law library?

  1. Yes. Please contact the library ahead of time to reserve the conference room for a deposition.

Q. Do you have forms?

  1. Forms are available online through various Lucas County agencies, including the following:

Municipal Court Forms

        Probate Court Forms Lucas County Clerk of Courts, various divisions

Q. I need legal assistance but can’t afford a lawyer. What should I do?

  1. The following agencies provide legal assistance to eligible low income individuals and groups:

Legal Aid of Western Ohio (LAWO)


525 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 400

Toledo, OH 43604

(419) 724-0030

(877) 894-4599

LAWO Toledo/Municipal Court

555 N. Erie St., Ste. 202

Toledo, OH 43604

(419) 930-2347

Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE)


525 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 300

Toledo, OH 43604-1373

(419) 255-0814

(800) 837-0814

Toledo Bar Association: Modest Means Program


(419) 242-2000

311 N. Superior Street

Toledo, OH 43604-1421

Toledo Bar Association: Pro Bono Legal Services Program


(419) 242-9363

311 N. Superior Street

Toledo, OH 43604-1421

Q. How can I find a lawyer?

  1. The Toledo Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Program can help you find a local lawyer for your specific legal needs.

Toledo Bar Association: Lawyer Referral


(419) 242-2000

311 N. Superior Street

Toledo, OH 43604-1421