Free Legal Intake Clinics

Posted by on July 9, 2004

Philadelphia VIP
Summer 2004 FREE Legal Intake Clinics

Philadelphia VIP is the Philadelphia Bar Association?s pro bono program. Our purpose is to provide free legal services to low-income individuals, nonprofit organizations and small business. At our Intake Clinics, we will interview you to assess your legal needs, and then contact you at a later date with advice on what to do next. We will interview clients with legal needs in ANY area, such as family, consumer, senior and real estate (home ownership).

Wednesday, July 14, 2004 from 3 pm to 5 pm
Shiloh Baptist Church ? Workshop and Legal Intake Clinic
2040 Christian Street (South Philadelphia)
Sponsoring Agencies: Grand Central, Inc. and Children?s Choice
? Workshop Topic: ?How to Represent Yourself in a Custody Case? ? This workshop is for people who want advice on how to represent themselves in a custody case. The workshop includes a 40-minute presentation, a short video, and a brief time for questions. Workshop will begin promptly at 3 pm.

Monday, July 19, 2004 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tolentine Senior Center ? Workshop and Legal Clinic
11th & Mifflin Street (South Philadelphia)
? Workshop Topic: Tangled Title/ Homeownership ? This workshop will cover issues that arise when someone has a legal claim to his/her home, but the title to the home is not in his/her home. Workshop will begin promptly at 11 am.

For more information, please contact VIP at (215) 523 9550. We look forward to meeting and assisting you at our clinics!

Philadelphia VIP
Sponsored by the Philadelphia Bar Association, Community Legal Services, the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, and Philadelphia Legal Assistance. Serving the Philadelphia community since 1981

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