Peninsula Free Legal Service

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Update March 9, 2021: Immigrant families no longer have to live in fear of using essential services such as Medi-Cal (except Medi-Cal for long-term care), CalFresh (food stamps) and housing vouchers. The U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed cases related to the controversial Trump-era rule that made it difficult for immigrants to obtain legal status when using certain public services. January 12, 2022, 9:30 am, Basilica of St Mary of the Immaculate Conception, 232 Chapel Street, Norfolk, VA 23504, Deputy Director Sarah Black, will be available for free consultation. Advice and admission to services. Contact an immigration attorney about your legal options before speaking or signing anything. 12. January 2021, 3pm, Hampton Public LIbrary, Main Branch, 4207 Victoria Blvd., Hampton, VA 23669, Attorney David Likavec is available for free advice, advice and commencement of services. January 18, 2022, 9 a.m., Housing Resource Center, 104 N. Witchduck Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23462, attorneys from the Disability Rights Units and the Homeless Outreach Project are available to provide free counseling, counseling, and integration services. Use the map above to determine which office can help you based on the county where your legal case is pending or where you live.

For Gogebic, Ontonagon, Oscoda, Ogmaw or Iosco counties, please use the out-of-county support contact information listed after the offices. Lakeshore Legal Aid is proud to have provided Michigan with excellence in civil law advocacy and consulting since 1966. Our lawyers provide professional legal advice, document review and preparation, negotiations, mediation and representation before the courts to improve the legal status of the men, women and families we serve. If you have been refused the SNAP program, you can contact Legal Aid at 757-827-5078 to find out if you are eligible for legal advice. CEO Ashley Lowe leads important and thought-provoking discussions on critical legal issues that not only educate, but also impact the communities we serve. Click the button below to see the shows. In addition, the Legal Services Society is open for business and continues to fight for our clients. If you need legal assistance, click here. We do not provide legal advice by email and do not respond to requests for legal advice submitted by email through the Site.

The program provides a wide range of civil law services to low-income individuals and families. Our goal is to address the growing legal needs and concerns of low-income and seniors in northern Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. If you have a critical civil law need, you should contact a local office to find out what services are available. The Peninsula Community Legal Centre provides free legal advice to people who live, work or study in the communities of Frankston, Casey, Cardinia, Glen Eira, Kingston and Mornington Peninsula. Our rental assistance and advocacy program supports clients in a larger service area. The centre helps people use the law to protect and promote their rights and provides free advice on most legal issues, including family law, domestic violence, fines, tenancies and home representation. Ongoing support is intended to support disadvantaged clients. The Centre carries out a range of activities in the areas of legal education, community engagement and legal reform, and is active in a number of community and sectoral networks. Some seniors` services funded by Regional Education Organizations in Aging Regions 9, 10 and 11 include advice and representation regarding suspension, expulsion and rights for IEPs and special education services.

On February 4, at 12 noon, Portsmouth Public Library, 601 Court Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704, Executive Director Ray Hartz will be available for free advice, advice and inclusion of services. Call the office responsible for the county where your case is pending. If you do not know where the lawsuit is pending or if no lawsuit has been filed, call the office that serves your country of residence. NOTE: The information provided on this website is not intended to be legal advice and visitors to this website should not act on this information without consulting legal counsel. We look forward to hearing how we can help. Please fill out the form below or call us at (03) 9783 3600, 1800 064 784. Please note that we do not offer email assistance for appointments or legal advice. Alongside our neighbours, Lakeshore Legal Aid fights poverty and injustice through advocacy and meaningful and dignified access to the legal system. In addition, LSNM employees may meet with client groups to give lectures and discuss legal issues of interest to clients.

We can also work with non-profit organizations and provide them with legal advice. In some situations, a customer may simply need information or advice. In other cases, a legal issue may require extensive research and consultation, or may require formal representation in court. Our employees can advise, answer questions, prepare documents, negotiate settlements and represent them in court. Founded in 1966, Legal Services of Northern Michigan fills gaps in the civil justice system that prevent low-income and marginalized communities from accessing legal representation. We have a team of 15 experienced and dedicated lawyers and support staff in 7 offices in 36 counties in northern Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. Update March 9, 2021: Immigrant families no longer have to live in fear of using essential services such as Medi-Cal (except Medi-Cal for long-term care), CalFresh (food stamps) and Section 8.

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