CMP offers a conflict resolution process for conflicts that involve neighbors, families, businesses, landlord-tenant, interpersonal, parent-child, and custody disputes. Professionally trained mediators guide the process in which parties work together to define issues and build solutions to problems. Services are offered at no cost in over 100 locations in Baltimore City. . Also offers conflict […]
A leading national civil rights law & policy center directed by individuals with disabilities and parents who have children with disabilities.
The Family Law Hotline provides legal information to residents experiencing family law situations such as living together, marriage, divorce, child custody, alimony, paternity, domestic violence, and the rights of grandparents. Clients are screened for income eligibility. The organization is staffed by volunteer “Family Law” lawyers and coordinated by the Women’s Law Center, Inc.
The Baltimore County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service is a public service project of the Baltimore County Bar Association. Its goal is to match qualified lawyers to clients with specific needs, and also to provide the client with a consultation for a nominal fee.
A full-time paralegal staffs the Self Help Office. The office assists parties in filling out forms in domestic cases. The office does not provide legal advice to parties. It provides assistance on a first-come, first-served basis to those who are representing themselves. It does not provide assistance over the telephone. There are no charges for […]
Community Mediation Maryland advances collaborative conflict resolutions through educating the public, providing training and quality assurance, conducting research, and creatively applying mediation to social challenges. CMM supports 14 centers across Maryland providing thousands of people with free conflict resolution services.
The U.S. Department of Justice provides information about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) through a toll-free ADA Information Line. This service permits businesses, state and local governments, and the public to inquire about general or specific ADA requirements including questions about the ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
CHANA offers the Jewish community response to the needs of women, men, children, and elders who experience physical, psychological, sexual or financial abuse. CHANA provides crisis intervention, education and consultation. Additionally, CHANA advocates for community awareness, safety and healing. The Helpline phone number is (410) 234-0023. Related keywords: Domestic violence, crisis intervention
MVLS connects low-income Marylanders in need of civil legal assistance with pro bono and in some cases low cost attorneys. No walk-in clients. Call or visit the website. Recruits lawyers in private practice to help low income Maryland residents who meet their income criteria with administration of small estates, adult guardianship, bankruptcy (Chapter 7 only), […]
The PBRC is the statewide coordinator of volunteer legal services. It strives to promote equal access to justice in Maryland by coordinating and supporting volunteer civil legal services, providing resources and support for legal advocates for the poor, and promoting cooperation within the legal community.