Knowing Your Rights is the First Step to Justice

If you think you have a legal issue, learning your rights (and responsibilities) is where to start. Follow the links below to resources based on your situation.

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    Debt, foreclosure, repossession, judgment collection, wage garnishment, credit card defense and other consumer issues.

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    Divorce, child custody, child support, PFA filing, family law procedures and more family resources.

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    Legal resources for individuals with physical and mental disabilities. 

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    Job loss, unemployment benefits, disputes between employees and employers, other job-related legal issues.

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    Evictions, rental agreements, titles and deeds, landlord-tenant conflicts and more.

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    TANF, SNAP, Medicaid, CHIP, LIHEAP, LIHEAP and DPW-administered childcare, and appealing the decisions of these agencies.

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    NLS has a dedicated attorney for veterans in all our practice areas. 

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    Legal services specifically for Allegheny County residents who are 60 and older.

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