Oakland County Mi Legal Aid

The Legal Aid and Defence Association`s outreach clinic offers free telephone legal advice to low-income individuals. These telephone consultations take place every other Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The clinics focus on civil law issues only for individuals and families. Lawyers inform people about court procedures and forms, advise them on their rights and, in some cases, represent them in court. Clinics are available to residents of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties. If you wish to participate in a clinic, you can contact the LRC on Monday or Tuesday in front of the clinic. The Legal Aid and Defence Association will contact the participant for admission and follow-up. We are proud to be the oldest provider of free civil legal advice to low-income Michigan residents. We have a full-time team of lawyers, paralegals and legal advisors available to assist you with your legal services. Other local organizations that provide legal assistance include the following (click on the links for more information): NOTE: The information provided on this website does not constitute legal advice and visitors to this website should not respond to such information without consulting legal counsel. Legal Aid and Defender is pleased to provide a list of legal resources and information for Michigan residents seeking legal assistance.

Our resource center serves as a helpful legal guide for Metro Detroiters residents. Alongside our neighbours, Lakeshore Legal Aid fights poverty and injustice through advocacy and meaningful and dignified access to the legal system. CEO Ashley Lowe leads important and thought-provoking discussions on critical legal issues that not only educate, but also impact the communities we serve. Click the button below to see the shows. Legal Aid and Defender Association, Inc. (LAD), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, provides comprehensive civil law services to residents of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties who cannot afford a lawyer. Founded in 1909, we are proud to be the oldest provider of free civil legal aid to low-income residents of Michigan. We have a full-time team of lawyers, paralegals and legal support staff. Lakeshore Legal Aid is proud to have provided Michigan with excellence in civil law advocacy and consulting since 1966.

Our lawyers provide professional legal advice, document review and preparation, negotiations, mediation and representation before the courts to improve the legal status of the men, women and families we serve. In addition to the Site, self-help centre staff (referred to as “navigators”) will be available to help visitors find what they need on the Site, answer questions about legal practices and processes, and answer simple questions about forms available on the Site. Browsers cannot give legal advice. Learn more about what we`ve done and how we can help. Helpline, walk-in hours, community events, permanent clinics. Public service, seniors` services, family law, family violence and more. Michigan Tenant Advisory Program (800) 688-395170 E. Michigan AvenueBattle Creek, MI 49017Real Estate During this time, our need for support is greater than ever. Please participate in one of our new virtual projects or contact us to take on a full representation case. University of Michigan Law School Community Enterprise Clinic (313) 593-0934701 S.

State St.Ann Arbor, MI 48109Business, Employment, IP and Real Estate University of Michigan Law School Child Advocacy Clinic (734) 764-1358625 South State StreetAnn Arbor, MI 48109 *Please note that the Oakland County Welfare Center is permanently closed to the public. The centre answers questions by telephone from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 16:00. You can reach the center at the following contact information: Rental and utility assistance for Michigan residents who have fallen behind due to COVID-19. Apply online at ceraapp.michigan.gov/.