Family Law Project For Domestic Abuse Survivors
The Project has two primary objectives. The first is to empower domestic violence survivors by giving them a voice in their abuse prevention hearings and family law cases. We seek to prevent further abuse, homelessness, loss of child custody, and to decrease repeated court hearings.
Women's Prison and Re-Entry Project
The Women's Prison and Re-Entry Project serves women incarcerated in Massachusetts’ prisons and jails, or those who have been involved with the criminal justice system. Currently, the Project operates at South Bay House of Correction in Suffolk County. In teams, volunteer attorneys meet with women and answer questions regarding family law, child custody, care and protection, housing, CORI, and criminal warrant clearing.
Elder Law Project
The Elder Law Project’s (ELP) two-fold mission is to educate low-income seniors about the importance of having end-of-life documents such as wills, health care proxies, durable powers of attorney, and living wills — and to prepare these documents on a pro bono basis.
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