Community Legal Services (CLS) to educate, represent and empower low-income members of the Prince George County community in civil matters. Tips only: Sit down with a lawyer in Legal Grind to discuss your legal issues and get brief advice. The cost is $10 – cash only, please. Coffee and snacks included. We can also help with the deletion of court records, just for the cost of court records. Just Advice helps with family law, housing law, criminal law, employment, deletion, insurance, SSI, taxes and older legal matters. Access to Justice Division: The Access to Justice Division was created to develop, consolidate, coordinate and implement initiatives to increase access to justice and improve the quality of justice in civil matters. The Division supports and encourages innovation in access to justice on the bench. Allegany Law Foundation Family Law Self Help Clinic: Allegany Law, in partnership with Allegany County Circuit Court, provides legal assistance to people in the community to complete court forms in family law matters, including divorce, custody, visitation, child support, and name changes. Maryland Legal Aid (MLA) provides life-changing civil legal assistance for eligible residents throughout the state. Since 1911, MLA has been providing quality legal services to marginalized and low-income individuals and communities, helping them resolve their civil law problems and become self-reliant to overcome challenges, achieve stability and independence, and a better life overall.
Help centres deal with a variety of civil law issues, including landlord-tenants, consumer issues such as collection and credit card cases, child support, and record expungements to remove barriers to housing, employment and custody. There are a number of organizations in Maryland that can provide legal information to help you represent yourself and fill out submission forms. Legal services can include help filling out forms, answering questions about legal issues, and preparing for your day in court. All visitors must wear a face mask or face covering in our offices. There are new procedures that are likely to slow down the process in our offices, including increased cleaning between visitors. Only the person with the legal problem is allowed to enter the office. Ask an attorney at the Law Library: Anne Arundel County Public Law Library. Talk to a volunteer lawyer for 20 minutes about your non-family civil problem! No appointment is required.
Simply register at the Law Library information desk. 410-222-1387 [email protected] New data has also been added to the Glen Burnie Library (formerly North County). Howard County Civil Self-Help Center: The Civil Law Self-Help Center is open Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. No appointment is required. The Civil Law Mutual Assistance Centre is located in the Circuit Court Law Library. A lawyer provides free legal assistance in out-of-home civil cases to walk-in persons. Some areas of law that are civil include landlords/tenants, contracts, minor claims, medical living wills, deletion of records, and disputes with homeowner associations.
Visitors must represent themselves and have a low income to be eligible for the service. If you have any questions, please contact the Circuit Court Law Librarian at (410) 313-2135. MLA is dedicated to advocating for the basic needs and human rights of clients, particularly as they navigate the justice system. Members of Parliament staff, volunteer lawyers, community partners and general supporters all have an important role to play in ensuring that the legal playing field is level so that those who need it most have equal access to justice. With this diverse support, MLA is able to amplify the voices of tens of thousands of economically disadvantaged and vulnerable Marylanders each year. District Court Walk-in Centres: Glen Burnie, Upper Marlboro and Salisbury District Court Support Centres provide limited legal services to people who are not represented by a lawyer. Limited legal services include help filling out forms, answering questions about legal issues, and preparing for your day in court. If you need further assistance, we can refer you to mediation, other legal organizations or the private bar association. Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLS operates legal counselling clinics and direct representation programs for low-income residents of Prince George County who require civil assistance.
CLS brings together eligible clients with family and civil needs with volunteer employees and lawyers. CLS offers public seminars on topics such as foreclosure prevention, annulment, wills and powers of attorney, and protection from domestic violence. Anne Arundel County Circuit Court8 Church CircleAnnapolis, MD 21401 Online applications are considered in the order in which they are received. We aim to respond to all email inquiries within 2 business days. At the top, select a desktop location card marker for the phone number and Open/Closed status. Visit our contact page for more information on each office location. Annapolis (call centre only) 410-260-1392 Telephone hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m p.m.Live Chat hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Frederick Walk-in hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 100 O.
Patrick St.Frederick, MD 21701 P.O. Box 374 Riverdale, MD 20738 W: www.clspgc.org E: [email protected] F: (240) 391-6356 Individuals can still request services by online registration and telephone. You can also visit MLA`s Legal Information and COVID-19 Resources page. Prince George County Community Legal Services provides support to self-represented litigants at our Latin American Community Outreach Clinic, our Workers` Rights Clinic, our Family Law Clinic at the Prince George County Courthouse, our Foreclosure Clinic at the Prince George County Courthouse, at Suitland Legal Clinic in Windsor Crossing` +markersOnMap[i].officePhone +“ + markersOnMap[i].officePhoneStatus +` These are tough times for everyone. As the situation evolves day by day, MLA remains committed to its customers. Legal reception on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. P: (240) 391-6370. Walk-in hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. advice from Maryland courts if you have complaints or concerns about discrimination; requests for reasonable accommodation; or concerns about the courts, a Maryland attorney, or a Maryland judge. The Kent County Family Law Assistance Program (FLAP) is held every Wednesday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Kent County Courthouse on the 2nd floor. A family law lawyer is available to meet with you and advise you on divorce, custody, access, child support, name changes and changes.
FLAP operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Income eligibility guidelines apply. There is no charge. The Maryland Center for Legal Assistance is a wholly owned subsidiary of Maryland Legal Aid and receives no funding from the Legal Services Corporation. Through a contract with the Court Administration Office, MCLA manages the District Court Assistance Resource Centers in Baltimore City, Glen Burnie, Upper Marlboro, and Salisbury, as well as the Maryland Court Assistance Centers in Annapolis and Frederick. If you can`t find a lawyer to help you apply for custody or access, file a response to a custody or access complaint, file an application to change a custody or access order, or seek sanctions for disobeying a custody or access order, You can get help online through an automated online interview.