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Legal Aid Society: Harlem Community Law Office

HELP CATEGORIES

Eviction
Fair Housing
Foreclosure
Landlord and Tenant
Public Housing
Other Housing Issues
Domestic Violence
Divorce
Child Support
Custody
Visitation
Child Abuse and Neglect
Applying for Benefits
Family Assistance
Food Stamps (SNAP)
Social Security and SSI
Unemployment Compensation
Unemployment Compensation
Fired
Wage Claims
Criminal Law
Other Issues for Seniors
Food Stamps
Advance Directives/Living Wills
Health Care
Power of Attorney
Wills
Veteran and Military Health
Debt Collection
Payday Loans
Credit Reporting and Identify Thef

About Legal Aid Society: Harlem Community Law Office

The Legal Aid Society is a private, not-for-profit legal services organization, the oldest and largest in the nation, dedicated since 1876 to providing quality legal representation to low-income New Yorkers. It is dedicated to one simple but powerful belief: that no New Yorker should be denied access to justice because of poverty.

Call this location directly Monday-Friday 9am-5pm via (212) 426-3000, or you can reach us via our:

  • Main Number (212) 577-3300
  • Helpline (888) 663-6680, staffed Mon-Fri 10am-3pm
  • For Employment Law, our Hotline at (888) 218-6974
  • For individuals who believe they have been discriminated against based on HIV status, the HIV/AIDS Representation Project (H/ARP) at (212) 426-3000
  • We also have a special project for seniors. If you are a senior, ask for information about the Elder law Project when you call.

We serve the following area:

  • New York (Manhattan) County

This group serves the West Side of Manhattan above 110th Street and the East Side of Manhattan above 96th Street.

We speak the following languages:

  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Spanish / Español

Can arrange for interpreters for any language on a long-term basis.

Criteria for providing legal aid:

Your family's income should be at 125% or below the following percentage of the federal poverty level. This group will accept a person with an income higher than 200% of the poverty level if the person is a senior, HIV positive, or experiencing domestic violence.

This organization is accessible by wheelchair and provides access for the hearing impaired.

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TYPE OF HELP:

Brief Advice
Full Legal Representation

HOURS:

Monday: 10 am - 3 pm
Tuesday: 10 am - 3 pm
Wednesday: 10 am - 3 pm
Thursday: 10 am - 3 pm
Friday: 10 am - 3 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

LOCATION:

State: New York
County: New York
Zipcode: 10029

CONTACT:

230 East 106th Street, Manhattan, NY

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