BayLegal`s thanks go to Napa County Women Lawyers (NCWL), which today launched an online fundraising site in support of Bay Area Legal Aid. For many years, NCWL and its members have provided community partnership, voluntary support, advocacy, and fundraising support for legal services in Napa County, initially in partnership with Legal Aid of Napa. This list is not exhaustive. To learn more about our services and to find out if we are able to help you with your legal problem, please contact us. BayLegal`s mission is to provide meaningful access to the civil justice system through high-quality legal advice, regardless of a client`s location, language or disability. Legal Services Corporation is an independent corporation established by Congress that provides grants, training, and technical support for civil legal assistance programs. The company ensures that low-income individuals and families have access to quality legal assistance. of low-income families will experience at least one civil law problem per year. A person facing civil law issues related to health, housing, family, money and work is not entitled to a court-appointed lawyer in most cases. Legal Aid strives to fill this gap and help as many people as possible. With a holistic approach, Legal Aid of North Carolina provides free legal assistance when people need it most, as everyone deserves a lawyer when their home, health, or livelihood is at stake. LSC is an independent non-profit organization founded by Congress in 1974 to provide financial assistance to low-income Americans for civil legal aid.

LSC currently funds 132 independent non-profit legal aid organizations in every state, District of Columbia and U.S. territories. LSC is requesting an allocation of $1,018,800,000 for fiscal year 2022. Our investigation focuses on the expected increase in demand for public legal services due to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on low-income communities, as well as the continued lack of adequate resources to provide civilian assistance to millions of Americans who were eligible for LSC-funded services before the pandemic. The availability of free civilian legal assistance can make all the difference for our neighbours who are struggling to stay at home, escape domestic violence, get benefits for veterans or address many other legal challenges that affect the core of their safety and well-being. Since 2020, the demand for our services has skyrocketed, demonstrating the urgent need for civilian representation in every city and municipality in North Carolina. LSC Fellows address the basic civilian needs of the poor and address issues of security, livelihoods and family stability. Most legal aid practices focus on family law, including domestic violence and child support and custody, as well as housing issues, including evictions and seizures. Legal aid ensures justice and solves the fundamental problems of low-income and vulnerable people by providing high-quality legal services. To find an LSC-funded legal aid organization in your area, simply enter an address or city at the link below. Legal Services Corporation (LSC) signed a contract with NORC at the University of Chicago in 2017 to measure the equity gap among low-income Americans.

LSC defines the justice gap as the difference between the civil rights needs of low-income Americans and the resources available to meet those needs. If you are looking for help with a civil matter, enter an address or city below to find an LSC-funded legal aid organization near you. LSC is a funding organization that distributes nearly 94% of its federal funds to eligible not-for-profit organizations that provide legal assistance in civil matters. LSC provides grants through a competitive process and currently funds 132 independent mutual legal assistance organizations. With nearly 852 offices across the country, these organizations serve thousands of low-income individuals, children, families, seniors, and veterans in every Congressional district. Under the Sixth Amendment, Americans are only guaranteed criminal counsel. LSC was founded to provide financial support to legal aid organizations that assist in civil matters. People received legal advice and representation to access health care and the crucial benefits of the safety net. Our success stories highlight the civil law issues our clients face and show how your support affects your neighbours and community. It`s hard to play in a game where your opponent has the equipment and you have nothing. None of this would have been possible without you.

Your support makes a difference. You can also visit LawHelp.org to search for information about your legal issues and find free legal forms. Legal Aid NC`s team of lawyers, paralegals, social workers, staff and volunteer volunteers are dedicated, hardworking and resourceful. But they can`t do it alone. They need you to be with them to increase their capacity for services and support. LSC promotes equal access to justice by providing grants to legal service providers through a competitive grant process. We`re here to see how we can help you navigate through legal issues. Founded in 1974, LSC operates as an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes equal access to justice and provides grants for high-quality civilian assistance to low-income Americans.

The jury is in: A study shows that civilian aid changes lives by providing long-term lasting effects that increase stability. We serve 40 Missouri counties where an estimated 295,000 people live in poverty — most of whom you`ll never meet or even know. But they look a lot like you. They have families, hopes and dreams. They are your neighbors. They live in the communities that are called home. Angeion Group Baker & McKenzie LLP Bob Page Brian Conaghan Brian Hargrove Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy Fourteenth Judicial District Bar Greensboro Bar Association Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP Lawyers Mutual Monica Lavery Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP Rust Consulting Stewart v. Southwood Realty Company The Eirenikos Foundation Triangle Community Foundation, Inc.

Wake County Bar Assoc. & Foundation Womble Bond Dickinson. Welcome to LSC`s new online home! We recently completed the redesign of LSC.gov with the goal of making our resources easier to find by improving search capabilities and creating a more mobile-friendly design. Congratulations to Andrea Crider, BayLegal`s Senior Staff Attorney, and her client who have just secured a $48,000 transportation debt through BayLegal`s representation in the Contra Costa County Homeless Court. Andrea reports that during a broad plea in the Homelessness and Traffic Court, this is the largest amount of debt she owes to . “Everything legal aid has provided has helped me understand my rights and what I can do.” Learn more about some of the most common workers` rights in Texas. LSC-funded programs help people living in households with an annual income equal to or less than 125% of the federal poverty guidelines – in 2021, that`s $16,100 for an individual, $33,125 for a family of four. Guests come from all ethnic and age groups and live in rural, suburban and urban areas. Clients and their children found resources and representation to defend themselves against discrimination and eviction. More than 70,000 people (including 30,000 children) helped each year These are the working poor, veterans, landlords and tenants, families with children, farmers, people with disabilities and the elderly. Women – many of whom struggle to keep their children and families together – make up 70% of clients. Victims of violence and their children have escaped intimate partner abuse and received more than $5 million in current and future support contracts.

We award scholarships for technology initiatives, pro bono innovations and many more. Anonymous Claire Morgan Craige Family Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation David A. Ball David Long Facebook Payments Inc. G. Eugene Boyce, Sr. James E. Sheldon M. and Mrs. Kim R. Bauman Myles E. Standish RG/2 Claims Administration, LLC Rotary Club of Durham State Employees Combined Campaign Susan and John Gilbert The Tow Foundation TIAA Charitable Tish and Paul Szurek Trustmark Foundation Our advocates are helping thousands of victims of abuse, homeless families and others in crisis get the justice they deserve, with access to housing, Education, health, employment, security from abuse and other life-changing benefits.

Can`t find what you`re looking for? Submit a request using the form below. LSC staff will contact you shortly. Reid C. “Cal” Adams, Jr., Esq., Womble Bond Dickinson Juan “Tony” Arreola, Esq., Arreola Law Firm Amanda Bradley Chris R. Clifton, Esq., Grace, Tisdale & Clifton P.A. Mike A. Colombo, Esq., Colombo, Kitchin, Dunn, Bell & Porter, LLP Judge Allyson K. Duncan Lenneka “Nikki” H. Feliciano, Esq., Pinto Coates Kyre & Bowers, PLLC Kristy Fleming Alice Freeman Gonzalo E. Frias, Esq., Wells Fargo Legal Department E.D.

Gaskins, Jr. Esq., Everett Gaskins Hancock LLP C. Mark Holt, Esq., Holt Sherlin LLP Adrienne Kennedy Tadra Martin, Esq., Disability Rights NC Linda F. McCall Judge Linda McGee John Moschandreas, Truist Manisha P. Patel, Esq., Law Office of Manisha P. Patel LaTrice Robinson Khristen Sellers James M. Talley, Jr., Esq., Retired, Offit Kurman Lawyers Diane Wardlow John R. Wester, Esq., Robinson Bradshaw Every day, Missourians are denied the basic rights they are entitled to under the law simply because they can`t afford a lawyer.

Our mission is to change that! Join them in making access to justice a reality for all. Nearly a quarter of North Carolina`s population is struggling to make ends meet. In three-quarters of civil cases, a party is not represented by a lawyer. Make sure that equality of justice before the law is a right, not a privilege. Support NC Legal Aid today. Stronger than ever with 500 employees and more than 25 offices across the state This success is only possible with your support. Let`s donate today We`re helping all North Carolina residents, especially those living in extreme poverty, access government support, health care, housing, and secure jobs.