Are you a low-income person in New Hampshire? We want to hear from you. Our online survey is anonymous and takes about 20 minutes. It asks questions about common legal issues and ways to improve civil legal aid in our state. Thank you for helping us learn from our community. The program can provide referrals from lawyers in the following areas of law, depending on volunteer staff and resources: After interviewing you to learn more about your legal problem, we will provide you with legal advice over the phone and provide ongoing support to represent you. In some cases, we represent clients on behalf of the opposing party (for example, the owner or the local social agent). We refer private volunteers through our pro bono program. We refer many customers to other programs described below. If you need legal advice, click Request Legal Services or call us at 603-224-3333 or 800-639-5290. If you need help with any of these legal issues, please read below to find out where to call and how to request services. Pro Bono does not accept applications directly, EXCEPT as stated below.
LRS offers consumers advice on selecting and hiring a qualified lawyer who is ideally located and who handles the client`s particular legal issue. Learn more. If you believe that Legal Aid 603 has discriminated against you in the provision of legal services or in the hiring or employment process, you can file a complaint by writing to: Applicants must be low-income and adhere to certain income and wealth policies to be considered for pro bono services. Pro bono can only help in non-criminal legal cases. Please note the types of legal issues listed below for which pro bono may be able to make a recommendation to a lawyer. We provide guides and self-help materials in many areas of law, including areas where we do not provide legal advice. Call 800-639-5290 for more information. Help us improve civil legal assistance in New Hampshire! Are you a low-income person in New Hampshire? We are interested in your opinion. Our investigative questions focus on current legal issues and ways to improve civil legal assistance in our state. If you would like to participate in the survey in Spanish, please call 1-800-639-5920 (before August 31) and follow the instructions for Spanish and we will offer the survey anonymously by phone in your language. The survey will last about 30 minutes, perhaps more in languages other than Spanish.
Thank you for helping us get to know our community. We refer many cases to New Hampshire Legal Assistance, University of New Hampshire School of Law Legal Clinics, the Disabilities Rights Center, state agencies, and independent organizations. If you are financially ineligible for these services, we refer you to the New Hamphishire Bar Association`s Lawyer Placement Service at 603-229-0002. The pro bono program reviews all applications received to determine if the applications are aligned with the program`s mission and ability to assist. If the program accepts a case, there is no guarantee of referral by a lawyer because the program relies on services provided by unpaid volunteers. Accepted cases can only be referred for advice or other limited legal services. Clients must remain financially eligible and work with the program and its volunteers to be eligible for additional services. The NH Pro Bono Referral Program coordinates private lawyers who volunteer (unpaid) to help low-income individuals with non-criminal legal problems and needs. Pro Bono is a private, non-governmental, non-profit organization managed and supported by the New Hampshire Bar Association. We partner with NHLA and LARC to help low-income families and individuals with fundamental legal issues. A small team operates on a pro bono basis, which includes recruiting and training lawyers, reviewing requests for assistance, referring and following up cases, and providing support services to pro bono lawyers.
Pro Bono lawyer services are provided free of charge to qualified clients. However, basic operating costs, including office staff, space, computers, and phones, are covered by the NH Bar Association, NH Bar Foundation, Campaign for Legal Services, Legal Services Corporation, United Way, and various special grants. Cases that are not eligible for the NHL`s Modest Means Program generally include criminal cases and civil emergencies. In criminal cases, if you cannot afford a lawyer, you are entitled to a public defender and should consult NH Public Defender. Mortgage foreclosure Limited assistance is available. For Chapter 13 bankruptcy, call the NHLA at 1-888-353-9944. For help editing a loan, see www.nhbar.org. Click on the „For the Public” tab to view the information page and enforcement request. If there is no access to a computer, contact the Legal Advice and Reference Centre at 800-639-5290 on Wednesdays between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
to speak with a lawyer. If you would like to conduct the survey in a language other than English or Spanish, please call 603 Legal Aid at 1-800-639-5920. For more information on the complaint process, call 603-224-3333. All of the above, if you are a senior, 60 years of age or older, call NHLA: 1-888-353-9944. Family law (parenting, guardianship, divorce, alimony) call LARC 1-800-639-5290 Si recibes servicios del Programa de Pro Bono y se ha pedido a enviar una Certificado de Ciudadanía, por favor imprime este documento, fírmelo, y mándelo a la dirección arriba. NH Bar Association`s Pro Bono Referral Program for Domestic Violence. If your safety is compromised and you are in immediate danger, call 911 immediately. If you need a representative for a domestic violence injunction, call the Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-866-644-3574 to file with your local Domestic Violence Crisis Centre. Phone number: 800-639-5290 or 603-224-3333 (9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Monday to Friday) Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Go to www.nhbar.org and click on the „For the Public” tab for the pro bono application. Find New Hampshire Divorce Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services by City Public Benefits call LARC 1-800-639-5290 or NHLA: 1-888-353-9944 If you are an existing pro bono client and have been asked to submit a citizenship certificate, please print this form, sign it and send it to the address above. *(LSC support is limited to activities that comply with LSC restrictions.) Housing (private or public evictions, landlord-tenant disputes), including mobile home disputes, call the Legal Advice and Referral Center („LARC”) at 1-800-639-5290 (LARC will receive information about your case, advise you and, if necessary, refer you pro bono for possible attorney representation.) 603 Legal Aid, Executive Director, 93 N. State Street, Suite 200, Concord, NH 03301* 603 Legal Aid (formerly Legal Advice & Referral Center and NH Bar Assn`s Pro Bono Program).