The MLHC has set a timeline to help low-income New Yorkers who need legal help and may have trouble getting to a courthouse. The MLHC runs through all five boroughs of New York City, as well as parts of Long Island and Westchester, focusing on places where public transportation is limited. A list of scheduled events can be found in the Mobile Legal Aid Centre calendar. Six days a week, the vehicle visits remote neighborhoods in New York, Long Island, Westchester and Rockland counties and reaches clients who would otherwise not have access to free legal services due to disabilities, travel barriers, child care issues, fears of revealing their immigration status, or because community organizations in their neighborhood cannot legally accommodate local admission. Normally it goes from Sunday to Friday from approx. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Times and dates may change depending on the needs of guests and host organizations. The Mobile Legal Help Center (MLHC) was created through a partnership between NYLAG and the New York State Courts Access to Justice Program. It is the first legal aid office and the first rolling courtroom in the country. Lawyers provide advice, advice and representation in complete cases to clients directly in the vehicle. A video link to the courts allows judges to access emergency hearings, including domestic violence and deportation cases.

The centre has four private meeting rooms for lawyers and clients and is equipped with high-speed internet and state-of-the-art technology. The NYS Courts Access to Justice Program has partnered with the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG), a nonprofit legal services provider, to operate the first mobile legal aid center in New York State. The Mobile Legal Help Center (MLHC) was funded by NYLAG through a grant from the David Berg Initiative and is operated by NYLAG. The mobile center is a 35-foot command center vehicle and is comprised of NYS Court Access to Justice Program volunteer lawyer programs, law school graduates, and NYLAG attorneys. It was established to bring legal aid centre services to the community by providing information aids, training materials and similar recommendations to non-profit agencies and organisations currently provided in existing legal aid centres. Our lawyers bring justice to communities. We offer the following legal services on the van: In addition, MLHC promotes the existence of free civil justice services in underserved communities and helps prevent fraud by providing legal services to individuals who might otherwise fall victim to fake providers. Affected by COVID-19? NYLAG`s new hotline can help you solve your legal problems for free. NYLAG employees are able to provide free legal assistance in civil matters related to housing (tenants only), foreclosure, mortgage tax and property and lien, public benefits, disability benefits, health services, identity theft, debt management, consumer credit, immigration, domestic violence, divorce, custody and access, child support, employment and advance planning.

We know how important your legal and financial advice is and we will do our best to help you. In most cases, you will be asked to call and leave a message or fill out an online intake form. For some of the issues, we can offer in-person meetings in your community. First, on Friday, July 8, NYLAG`s Mobile Legal Aid Center will be parked at the Deshi Senior Center at 83-10 Rockaway Boulevard in Ozone Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to help residents with their legal issues. Our innovative legal aid basket brings lawyers into local communities that have historically been underserved. For many populations, such as geographically isolated people, people with disabilities and survivors of intimate partner violence, access to free, quality legal services may be out of reach. Then Addabbo`s office will be open on Thursday the 14th.

July to sponsor a phone recording day with NYLAG so the advocacy group can talk to voters signing up for a call about their legal affairs. From now until July 14, residents can call or visit Addabbo office or visit to sign up for a call from an NYLAG representative. Call 212.946.0357 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Visit for more information about the Mobile Legal Aid Centre. Lawyers interested in volunteering at the Mobile Legal Aid Centre can contact Laurie Milder, Esq. at 646-386-3200 or email Legal Hand Jamaica149-13 Jamaica AveJamaica, NY 11432718.593.2198 Housing and foreclosure cases have allowed thousands of people to keep their homes Please note: We do not deal with unions (labour law), workers` compensation, disability insurance, employment-related tax matters, pensions, most severance issues and bankruptcy matters. Legal Hand Tremont713 E. Tremont AvenueBronx, NY 10457929.222.2014 To register for the NYLAG Hotline Welcome Day on July 14, call Addabbo`s office at 718-738-1111 or visit Space for phone deposits is limited, so call early to reserve your spot.

Call 212.613.7306Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Immigration cases processed in the past year, from asylum claims to deportation defenses We also encourage you to contact our New York COVID-19 Legal Hotline Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at (929) 356-9582, which can offer advice in any of the following areas: Currently, NYLAG offers remote services. The Mobile Legal Aid Centre provides daily telephone receipts at (212) 613-5000. Here you can also make an appointment for a phone recording. By travelling to meet people in their communities, we promote access to and trust in our justice system. Legal Hand Crown Heights250 Kingston AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11213718.619.4248 Domestic Violence EmergenciesCall 911 or the New York City Domestic Violence Helpline at 800.621.HOPE (4673) TDD 800.810.7444. When you call, please leave your full name and contact information, as well as a description of your problem, so that the appropriate service can return your call. We will answer your call as soon as possible. Until further notice, the Mobile Legal Aid Centre will issue daily telephone receipts. Make an appointment here.

Legal hand centers are easily accessible, welcome visitors without an appointment, and do not require appointments. They have weekend and evening hours to accommodate parishioners with busy work schedules. *IMPORTANT NOTE: Legal hand centers are currently closed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.