Requests for abuse protection in Allegheny County can be made by contacting the Family Division of the Allegheny County Common Plea Court. In addition, service requests can be made through the online website and mobile app. You will receive a reminder from the host unit, usually within 1 business day. You can complete the online application here: goodworks-main.azurewebsites.net/survey/#/pages/2/online_application Whether you are currently practicing, retiring, or just starting your career as a law student, the NLSA needs your legal talents and experience to accomplish its mission. For lawyers, opportunities are available for both pro bono and referral programs with reduced fees. Articling for law students, both during the academic year and in the summer, introduces students to the practice of poverty law through hands-on experience. Free interpretation services are provided for people with limited English proficiency and the hearing impaired. The Neighborhood Legal Services Association provides free civil justice services to individuals and families who would otherwise be denied access to justice – one of the fundamental rights that many of us take for granted. The NLSA exists to protect the poor and vulnerable in our community through effective civil advocacy and provides support to clients seeking an equitable solution to important issues. Service requests can be made by calling toll-free at 1-866-761-6572 or the local number in each county. Requests for seniors` legal services in Allegheny County can be made by contacting a senior care centre if the caller is 60 years of age or older. Neighborhood Legal Services offers free civil law services to low-income individuals and families who cannot afford a private lawyer. Depending on the specific civil law issues, they may offer direct representation, advice, assistance with self-representation, short or limited legal advice, or referral to a private lawyer (including free and reduced fees).
They also provide community education on legal topics. 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). Allegheny County, Missouri 412-255-6700Beaver County, Missouri 724-378-0595Butler County, Missouri 724-282-3888Lawrence County, Missouri 724-658-2677. 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. Telephone hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-12:00 Office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-15:00. The Neighborhood Legal Services Association offers volunteer opportunities in each of the counties it serves. These opportunities include general representation of clients and participation in several special projects. For complete information on opportunities and volunteering at NLS, see the NLS Pro Bono Opportunities Guide. Lawyers experienced in the areas of bankruptcy, unemployment compensation, landlord-tenant issues, SSI and SSDI, custody and small estates Family Law: Protection from Abuse Prosecution and custody of the plaintiff Consumers/bankruptcy SSI and SSDI Old law Employment/unemployment Landlord tenant who represents only tenants Utilities A Pro Bono Centre member organisation provides representation or advice in the following areas: Labour and Unemployment Compensation Act, custody matters, landlords` tenancy law (tenants only), recovery and bankruptcy law, abuse protection, SSI and social security disability, public benefits and older legal issues. 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. Queues are busy, but phone messages can be left between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
every day except holidays. Access for non-English speakers is available. Interested attorneys should contact Barbara Kern for more information Barbara Kern, Esq., Managing Attorney Neighborhood Legal Services 928 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-586-6138 412-355-0168 (Fax) email@example.com.