TN Senior Services

This site is dedicated to helping senior citizens across Tennessee access legal information and resources. Click on the resource button below to find resources available in your area that fit your need. Click the “Get Legal Help” button to access information regarding your legal questions.

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Memphis Clarksville Nashville Chattanooga Knoxville Jackson ANDERSON BEDFORD BENTON BLEDSOE BLOUNT BRADLEY CAMPBELL CANNON CARROLL CARTER CHEATHAM CHESTER CLAIBORNE CLAY COCKE COFFEE CROCKETT CUMBERLAND DAVIDSON DECATUR DE KALB DICKSON DYER FAYETTE FENTRESS FRANKLIN GIBSON GILES GRAINGER GREENE GRUNDY HAMBLEN HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDEMAN HARDIN HAWKINS HAYWOOD HENDERSON HENRY HICKMAN HOUSTON HUMPHREYS JACKSON JEFFERSON JOHNSON KNOX LAKE LAUDERDALE LAWRENCE LEWIS LINCOLN LOUDON MCMINN MCNAIRY MACON MADISON MARION MARSHALL MAURY MEIGS MONROE MONTGOMERY MOORE MORGAN OBION OVERTON PERRY PICKETT POLK PUTNAM RHEA ROANE ROBERTSON RUTHERFORD SCOTT SEQUATCHIE SEVIER SHELBY SMITH STEWART SULLIVAN SUMNER TIPTON TROUSDALE UNICOI UNION VAN BUREN WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEAKLEY WHITE WILLIAMSON WILSON

ABOUT TENNESSEE SENIOR LAW ALLIANCE

Tennessee Senior Law Alliance (TSLA) is a statewide provider of civil legal services for Tennessee seniors (60+) facing issues that can be prevented or remedied by civil legal means. With more than 6 million seniors living below the federal poverty line, Tennessee has taken a stand to protect and preserve the quality of life for our seniors by providing quality care and services to all 95 counties.

TSLA, in conjunction with the four major legal aid providers across the state (Memphis Area Legal Services, West Tennessee Legal Services, Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, and Legal Aid of East Tennessee), seeks to strengthen and expand legal services by providing Tennessee seniors with solutions to civil legal problems by addressing core legal issues and helping them to sustain and improve their quality of life. Core legal issues include accessing benefits and healthcare; obtaining and maintaining safe and secure housing; avoiding or escaping abuse and exploitation; and engaging in important estate planning activities such as creating wills, advanced directives, and powers of attorney.

This project is funded through a grant awarded by the Davidson County Chancery Court, Part III, from the Senior Trust/Elder Trust settlement (Case No. 11-1548-III) and through a contract administered by the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability.

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