Neighborhood Legal Centers

Offer FREE 30-60 minute consultations with pro bono lawyers. NLC typically holds clinics at 30+ locations in King County, but most clinics are operating by phone during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lawyers determine if the client has a legal problem, suggest possible options, and make appropriate recommendations. These lawyers will not represent you in court. NLC lawyers may not have expertise in every area of law, but they will do everything possible to answer questions accurately. King County residents or those with legal problems in King County debt and bankruptcy clinics cover topics such as Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy, debt collection, student loans, and more. If you are not sure if your legal problem is suitable for a debt and insolvency clinic, please still apply for client admission via the online form. Our dispatchers will help you determine the best clinic for your legal problem. To make an appointment at a debt and bankruptcy legal clinic, please follow the instructions above (see: How to Contact Services). All debt and bankruptcy clinics are operating by phone during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through a combination of individual advocacy, hard-hitting litigation, and political advocacy, the NLSLA addresses the immediate and long-term effects of poverty and expands access to health, opportunity, and justice in Los Angeles neighborhoods.

All non-criminal legal issues, language interpretation available 1. and 3. Thursday of the month, 19:00–20:30 All telephone appointments NLSLA operates self-help legal access centers in Los Angeles County courthouses, where litigants in need of domestic violence protection can resolve custody disputes, file for divorce and stop eviction, access legal advice, and referrals to legal services. • SUSPENDED DUE TO PANDEMIC – Visit one of our three neighbourhood offices on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for a personal check-in. Join us for an afternoon of appetizers and refreshments to celebrate our dedicated supporters and the diverse neighbourhoods and communities we serve. NLSP provides free civil legal assistance to low-income DC residents and never bills clients for legal services.

Low-income communities are always the hardest hit by a disaster, whether it`s a devastating wildfire or a global health emergency. The NLSLA provides disaster-related legal services that address issues related to FEMA, unemployment and other essential services, health insurance, and housing issues. The goal of the Neighborhood Legal Clinics (NLC) program is to provide free and limited legal advice and referrals to King County and Washington State residents with legal problems in King County who might not otherwise have access to the legal system. The goal of the program is to make clinics accessible regardless of barriers such as income, education, language or disability. Provides legal information to self-represented litigants through appointments, workshops and referrals for divorce, custody and visitation, injunctions, child support, filiation, guardianship and conservatory. No charge More information on legal issues: www.lawhelp.org/dc Ask for legal help online, by phone or in person. Family law clinics cover topics such as divorce, custody, child support, domestic violence, etc. If you are unsure whether your legal problem is appropriate for a family law clinic, please still submit your application using the online client registration form. Our dispatchers will help you determine the best clinic for your legal problem. Appointments can be made online at www.qlawfoundation.org/lgbtq-legal-clinic.html or by calling (206) 235-7235. If you are unable to use a phone due to a disability or require other accommodations, please email clinic@qlawfoundation.org for an appointment.

The NLSLA provides free legal assistance to more than 100,000 individuals and families in Los Angeles County each year. Our lawyers specialize in areas of law that disproportionately impact people living in poverty, including affordable housing and eviction, access to public services, support for survivors of domestic violence and their children, access to health and labor and consumer rights, employment and training. MLCP lawyers provide medical assistance to patients at the clinic and support to medical staff. MLCP advocates focus on removing legal barriers that affect patients` health. We provide free legal aid to residents of Los Angeles County. We provide free legal assistance to individuals and families affected by natural disasters. To protect our customers and employees, NLSLA program offices will be open but closed to the public. We continue to provide essential legal services during this difficult time. The NLSLA works to expand access to health care, providing support to people who struggle to obtain coverage and resolve health plan issues. The organization also works with physicians in community clinics and hospitals to identify and resolve legal issues that impact individual and community health. Neighbourhood Legal Clinic Brochure Volunteer Opportunities.

125% of the poverty line plus limited wealth (with the exception of abuse protection programs and elder rights, where there are no income and wealth limits). Our phone numbers may appear as “blocked” or “restricted” in the caller ID.* Wednesdays, 5:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Asian Counseling and Referral 3639 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S Seattle, WA 98144. For an appointment, fill out NLC`s Client Admission Form HERE. Online • Please visit our online admission website which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Lawyer placement service; also delivers the Domestic Violence Legal Services Project, the Immigration Legal Aid Project, the Veterans Legal Services Project, the AIDS Legal Services Project, the Small Claims Project, and Solicitor-Client Mediation and Adjudication Services. Free and inexpensive consultations Neighbourhood legal clinics are open for telephone consultations! Tuesday, from 19:00 to 21:00, closed 3. Tuesday 4217 SW Oregon St Seattle, WA 98116 Need help with child custody or child support?. To make an appointment at a general clinic, please follow the instructions above (see: How to reach the service). All general clinics are operating by phone during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Neighborhood Legal Services 928 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3757 412-255-6700 866-761-6572 (toll-free) 412-355-0168 (fax) www.nlsa.us NLSLA helps immigrants who are victims of domestic violence and other violent crimes. We can help you adjust your immigration status and get naturalized. A Pro Bono Centre affiliate provides representation or advice in the following areas: employment and unemployment compensation law, custody matters, landlord tenancy law (tenants only), collection and bankruptcy law, abuse protection, SSI and social security incapacity, public benefits and older legal issues.

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