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Mid-Shore Pro Bono

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Immigrants & Refugees
  • Justice & Legal

Location

8 S WEST STREETEASTON, MD 21601 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Mid-Shore Pro Bono is a legal services provider for Kent, Queen Anne's, Caroline, Talbot and Dorchester counties. We are committed to strengthening the communities of Maryland's Mid-Shore by providing access to several diverse programs which offer resolution to a variety of civil issues, conflicts and disputes

Description

Mid-Shore Pro Bono’s mission is to provide access to free legal services and is committed to strengthening the communities of Maryland's Mid-Shore by offering resolution to a variety of civil issues.

Mid-Shore Pro Bono (MSPB) is requesting funding to support its new Economic Stability Project. We have identified and defined 5 Core Projects that meet the legal needs of low income residents living and working in our rural area. They are:

-Family Law Project: Offering access to custody, divorce and other domestic matters.

- Elder Law Project: Offering senior citizens important late life documents.

- Economic Stability Project (formerly Foreclosure Prevention). Offering assistance with foreclosure, consumer debt/student loan debt, bankruptcy, employment/record expungements, landlord tenant and other housing and real property matters.

- Vulnerable Populations Project: Now offering limited Immigration Legal Services in addition to the general legal services specifically to immigrants working and living on the Eastern Shore.

-Restorative Justice Project: Offering restorative justice options to youth facing the juvenile justice system as well as preventative dialogue circles to at-risk youth.

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