Eligibility is determined by your monthly income, current net worth, family size, the type of legal problem you have, where you live, and certain other factors. In most cases, applicants must comply with financial and asset policies to be eligible for services. Deadline to apply for FEMA support: extended to January 10, 2022. Need help with your FEMA application, FEMA denial, or other legal issues related to Hurricane Ida? Call 877-429-5994 Monday to Friday. 9am-1pm or leave a message. Consult lasp.org/hurricane-ida for other legal issues that LASP may be able to help you with. Southeast Legal Services is a public interest law firm. Southeast Legal Services operates as a nonprofit legal organization that receives private contributions as well as federal and state funding. Southeast Legal Services not only advises, but also sues in state and federal courts. Our main programs target victims of domestic violence and some cases of drug use.

Southeastern Ohio Legal Services` mission is to provide civil legal assistance and advocacy to fight injustice and injustice and help people lift themselves out of poverty. Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Corp. (SLLS) is partially funded by Legal Services Corporation. As a condition of the funding it receives from the Société des services juridiques, it is prohibited from engaging in certain activities throughout its legal work, including work supported by other sources of funding. SLLS may not spend funds on activities prohibited by the Legal Services Corp Act, 42 U.S.C. 1996 et seq. or prohibited by Public Act 104-134. Public Law 104-134-504(d) requires that all funders of programs funded by the Société des services juridiques be notified of these restrictions. For a copy of these laws or for other information or clarification, please send your correspondence to the above address. Our Athens office is located at 964 East State Street Athens, Ohio 45701 and handles cases for individuals with legal problems in Athens, Gallia, Meigs, Morgan, Noble, Vinton and Washington counties. The LASP helpline is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m.

to 1 p.m. Our new phone system allows more calls to be answered at the same time, while paralegals and lawyers can comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines. Call the helpline at 877-429-5994 or start a 24/7 online request at lasp.org/apply. References in the right place: Contact information for a partner organization offering specialized services. To request legal assistance, see the online application below. Start the Free Legal Support app: Virtual, personal, and hybrid: lasp.org/events. Several legal aid attorneys across the state, including Christina Drzal of LASP, Regional Housing Supervising Attorney, discuss the implementation of the CDC moratorium in Pennsylvania. Our Newark office is located at 15 West Locust Avenue, Suite A Newark, Ohio 43055 and handles cases for people with legal problems in Knox, Licking, Muskingum and Perry counties. Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS) fights for fairness for vulnerable people. We provide free civil legal assistance to low-income individuals in six offices in 22 communities in southeast Louisiana.

Our six offices are located in Baton Rouge, Covington, Gretna, Hammond, Houma and New Orleans. Every day, we: Scroll down for more LASP resources on legal issues related to COVID-19. Our New Philadelphia office is located at 255 2nd Street NE, Suite D New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 and handles cases for individuals with legal problems in Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes and Tuscarawa counties. If you need legal help, please see the “Do you need help?” section below. Bucks County officials are urging other counties to take advantage of a court ruling they recently won and suspend the eviction process for the thousands of Pennsylvanians who face eviction from their homes. Whatever challenges our communities face, we work every day to improve access to justice and help vulnerable people overcome life`s legal barriers. SEOLS Resource Center: An online toolkit that provides DIY guides, letter templates, and other forms of support to help people deal with legal issues. This includes information on how to prepare for court, what to do when dealing with government agencies, and easy-to-fill legal forms. Southeastern Ohio Legal Services® (SEOLS) provides free legal aid to low-income individuals with limited savings. We help with issues related to health services, housing, school, employment, utilities, family law issues, consumer issues, utilities such as SNAP and Medicare, and other non-criminal matters.