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February 2015
by appointment only - call 888-817-3777

Pro Se Divorce Clinic – Lake County

February 4
By Appointment Only,
Painesville, OH United States
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This clinic focuses on divorce matters.  Those attending will be counseled by volunteer attorneys and provided with the tools to handle divorce matters on their own. Appointments are required and space is limited — please call 888-817-3777.  Bring all relevant paperwork with you. This clinic will be staffed by volunteer attorneys from The Lake County Bar Association’s Family Law Committee. Find out more »

February U.S. Veterans Legal Clinic

February 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
VA Community Referral and Resource Center (CRRC),
7000 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income U.S. Veterans with civil legal issues related to shelter, safety, consumer rights, health, education, work or income issues. To attend, you can call 216-391-0264 for an appointment or simply walk-in. Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. Find out more »

February Expungement Clinic (by appointment only)

February 5
Please Call 216 687 1900 For More Information
This clinic is by appointment only for low-income individuals with questions about getting their criminal record sealed.   Questions?  Call 888-817-3777. Find out more »

Cleveland Public Library – Fulton Branch

February 7 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Cleveland Public Library Fulton Branch,
3545 Fulton Road, Cleveland, OH 44109 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income individuals with civil legal issues.   Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. This clinic will be staffed by pro bono volunteer attorneys. Find out more »

West Side Catholic Center

February 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
West Side Catholic Center,
3135 Lorain Avenue, Clevealnd, OH 44113 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income individuals with civil legal issues.  Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. This clinic will be staffed by attorney-volunteers from Legal Eagles, alumni attorneys of St. Edward High School. Find out more »
March 2015

March U.S. Veterans Legal Clinic

March 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
VA Community Referral and Resource Center (CRRC),
7000 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income U.S. Veterans with civil legal issues related to shelter, safety, consumer rights, health, education, work or income issues. To attend, you can call 216-391-0264 for an appointment or simply walk-in. Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. Find out more »

March Expungement Clinic (by appointment only)

March 5
Please Call 216 687 1900 For More Information
This clinic is by appointment only for low-income individuals with questions about getting their criminal record sealed.   Questions?  Call 888-817-3777. Find out more »

Cleveland Public Library – Hough Branch

March 14 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Cleveland Public Library – Hough Branch,
1566 Crawford Road, Cleveland, OH 44106 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income individuals with civil legal issues.   Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. This clinic will be staffed by pro bono volunteer attorneys. Find out more »

The Centers: El Barrio at Gordon Square

March 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
The Centers: El Barrio at Gordon Square,
5209 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income individuals with civil legal issues.   Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. This clinic will be staffed by pro bono volunteer attorneys from NEO ACCA. Find out more »
April 2015

April U.S. Veterans Legal Clinic

April 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
VA Community Referral and Resource Center (CRRC),
7000 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103 United States
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A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income U.S. Veterans with civil legal issues related to shelter, safety, consumer rights, health, education, work or income issues. To attend, you can call 216-391-0264 for an appointment or simply walk-in. Please bring all relevant paperwork with you. Find out more »
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