Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program

Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program

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Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program (MCVLP) provides free civil legal services to disadvantaged families, seniors, persons with disabilities, and domestic violence survivors in Madison County. MCVLP’s mission is to provide equal access to justice through the delivery of pro bono legal services to low-income citizens in Madison County and to promote volunteerism among Madison County attorneys. The MCVLP provides direct representation, limited scope assistance, or counsel and advice in the following areas – Affordable Housing and Homelessness Prevention, Supporting Families issues, protection of consumer rights, income maintenance, wills and probate, nonprofit support. They do not take contested divorces, fee-generating cases, Traffic Court cases, EEOC/Discrimination cases, or criminal matters. MCVLP provides free civil legal services to disadvantaged families, seniors, and persons with disabilities. If you live in Madison County and are a low-income individual, you may be eligible for legal assistance from the MCVLP. Also, if your household income is at or below 125% of the established federal poverty level, you may be eligible for program services.

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