PROJECT FOR SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Are you a survivor of domestic violence? If so, we may be able to help with your legal needs. Contact our office at 407-834-1660 or email administrator for further information regarding our civil legal matters, such as:
- Information/Criminal Justice Process
- Referral/Other Victim Service Programs
- Assistance in Obtaining Injunction for Protection
- Assistance with; Landlord and Tenant associated with the domestic violence matter
- Assistance with dissolution of marriage, paternity, temporary custody by extended family associated with the domestic violence matter
We are providing free legal services to low income persons living in Seminole County with housing issues such as eviction, unlawful detainers, maintenance, utility shut off and security deposit returns. For further information or questions, call our office at 407-834-1660 or email administrator.
LEGAL ADVICE CLINIC FOR VETERANS
If you are a veteran and need free legal assistance, you can gain help at our legal advice clinic at the Central Branch Library located at 215 N. Oxford Rd., Casselberry, FL 32707. This clinic takes place every third Thursday of the month at 1:00 to 4:00 pm. For further information, please contact Denice at email@example.com or call 407 834 1660 extension 101.
SEALING AND EXPUNGEMENT LEGAL ADVICE CLINIC
Pro Bono and staff provides monthly in person and virtual presentations in Seminole County concerning the sealing and expungement of an eligible criminal record. The virtual presentation is held over zoom every third Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. For dates and times click here to view the event page and sign up. The in person presentation is held at the Sanford Library every first Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Please contact Camryn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
LEGAL ADVICE CLINIC AT SEMINOLE STATE COLLEGE
Calling all Seminole State College students! Do you have a legal matter prohibiting you from focusing on your studies?Are you concerned that a legal matter my inhibit your ability to graduate? Come meet with our experienced staff attorneys on campus every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month from 11:00am-3:00pm in the Student Center Building room SC260. You can get advice on various family law and private landlord tenant issues at our free legal advice clinic.
Please contact Camryn at email@example.com for more information.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM
Pro bono and staff attorneys provide public legal education presentations to numerous and diverse groups. We hold presentations throughout the year as we assess the needs of our community. Please contact Camryn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 407 834 1660 ext.114 for further information.
COMMUNITY PROJECT – FREE LITTLE LIBRARY
We have established the little library for our clients and their children! Come by our office to visit our free little library, handcrafted by the team at Inspire of Central Florida. Take a book – share a book
Pictured: Staff Attorney, Sue Selsky, Staff Paralegal, Denice Garza, and Pro-Bono Coordinator, Camryn Williams with the Inspire of Central Florida team.
DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED CHILDREN LEGAL ADVOCACY PROJECT
When a child turns 18 years of age, a parent loses their right to make decisions on behalf of the child. If the child is disabled and unable to make their own decisions, a parent needs to become the court-approved guardian to continue to make choices for their child’s welfare — like making medical, education and social decisions on their behalf.
We provide free legal assistance to indigent parents to establish guardian advocacies for their children with developmental disabilities such as Intellectual Disabilities, Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Spina Bifida, Phelan-McDermid Syndrome and Prader-Willi Syndrome.
We also helped develop a comprehensive guide with the necessary pro se forms to assist local families to apply for guardian advocacies and also includes the forms for the Initial Plan and Annual Plans for the Guardian Advocate, which outlines the medical and social needs of the developmentally disabled person. The guide and forms can be found on the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court website.
Guardian Advocacy of the Person
How to File Guardian Advocacy of Person Annual Plan
Filing an Order Approving Annual Plan for Guardian Advocacy of Person
Filing a Motion and Order Transfer Venue for Guardian Advocacy of Person