This group does not provide legal representation before the courts. The NLSLA operates legal access self-help 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 refer legal services. The NLSLA works to maintain affordable housing and rent control, prevent illegal evictions and foreclosures, and combat discrimination in Section 8 and other government-subsidized housing. Our lawyers offer a range of services, from advice and advice to individual representation and highly effective litigation. 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. 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. 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.
Join us for an afternoon of appetizers and refreshments to celebrate our dedicated supporters and the diverse neighbourhoods and communities we serve. We provide free legal aid to residents of Los Angeles County. The NLSLA works to expand access to health care and provides support to people who are struggling 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. Get legal help online, by phone or in person. Family Law: Protection from Abuse Claims and Custody of the Applicant Consumer/Bankruptcy SSI and SSDI Oldest Law Employment/unemployment Landlord Tenant who represents only tenants Utilities Debt counselling clinic; Elder Law Program (ELP) with possible referrals for limited assets only through this program; Older and smarter; Medical collaboration with UPMC McKeesport Hospital. Interested lawyers should contact Mary Ann Troper-Malley of the Neighborhood Legal Services Association by phone at 412-586-6134 or by email at email@example.com. Join our team and make a real impact on the lives of low-income individuals and communities in housing, health care and more. A strong advocate for individuals, families and communities in Los Angeles County Information on how to obtain an ATP in Allegheny County, PA. 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. Telephone hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-12:00 Office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-15:00 Clients helped exercise their right to housing in 2021 Total financial benefits to clients in 2021 455 Hamilton Street West Lehigh County Courthouse, Room 423 Allentown, PA 18101 125% of the poverty line plus limited wealth (excluding abuse protection programs and the Seniors Act, where there are no income and asset limits.) Meaningful pro bono opportunities to sustainably improve the lives of individuals and families in Los Angeles. The Neighborhood Legal Services Association and the Protection From Abuse Project have an ongoing need for new volunteers.
The project is open to lawyers from the member organisations of the partnership and individual practitioners. 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 help address the immediate and long-term effects of poverty and improve access to health, opportunity, and equity. Click on the link to view Chapter 9 – Protection from Abuse Orders of the Family Law Manual published by North Penn Legal Services. [PDF] Evidence of abuse can help you get an AFP or other protection order. This evidence can also be useful in other types of cases where domestic violence is relevant. This booklet offers tips on how to collect this evidence. This video describes what an abuse protection order (PFA) is and how it can protect you and other family members. (August 2020) Work with advocates who do public relations, help with self-help clinics and support administrative staff in our offices. Interactive quiz from PFACS and Safenet (Erie) with answers to some frequently asked questions about protection from abuse orders. Experienced lawyers in bankruptcy, unemployment compensation, tenant landlord issues, SSI and SSDI, custody and small estates Interested lawyers should contact Barbara Kern for more information Barbara Kern, Esq., Senior Counsel Ward Legal Services 928 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-586-6138 412-355-0168 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org.