Servicios Legales De Pr – Centro Metropolitano San Juan Puerto Rico

She provides representation and legal advice to individuals whose principal residence is threatened by execution or in loss mitigation proceedings. This program allows lawyers in private practice to provide services to our clients at a discounted rate. This program makes our services accessible to people who live in remote areas. Education: Special Education and Vocational Rehabilitation In addition, seek services through Elder Protection: Charter of Elders Cases, Abuse, Neglect and Financial Abuse. In addition, it deals with cases of rights and benefits under the Medicare and Medicaid programs, authorization of wills, evictions, discrimination, lawyer-referred cases for the elderly, additional legal procedures to qualify for a reversible mortgage Health: access to services and drugs through the Mi Salud plan, private medical plans and under the Medical Assistance in Hospitals in Medical Emergencies Act. They also provide services related to the rights of HIV/AIDS patients. They work with requests for services under the Mental Health Act and the Medicare and Medicaid programs, and provide services related to privacy rights over medical information. He is part of our team of lawyers who handle cases that Puerto Rico Legal Services cannot represent, expanding the service alternatives we provide to low-income citizens. He provides litigation and support services in matters involving groups and communities in the areas of economic development, environment, permitting and other matters. It also provides training on the economic development of the Community and the creation of micro-enterprises. About 50% of Puerto Rico`s population qualifies economically for our services because they live at or below the poverty line.

We receive funding from federal and state applications and donations to provide services. Servicios Legales de Puerto Rico (SLPR) is a non-profit organization that has been providing free civil representation and legal advice to people with limited economic resources for decades. The company provides legal representation in disputes resolved before courts and administrative authorities. In addition, they offer community conferences, conferences, training and other educational services. SLPR has 17 service centers in Puerto Rico. Your contribution will help protect the rights of children with special needs, victims of domestic violence, survivors of natural disasters, people on the verge of losing their homes, and others who need us to respond effectively and meet their most pressing civil justice needs. Community rights: issues related to the economic and social development of communities, creation of autonomous units and enterprises, preparation of business regulations, assistance in identifying financing, advice on obtaining licenses and permits, land disputes, expropriations, issues of insults affecting the community, access to basic services such as water, electricity and telephone services, physical access by roads or paths, and issues related to the Special Communities Act. Consumer law: bankruptcy, debt collection, discrimination against people with disabilities in the provision of public or private services, including transport, and disputes related to basic services such as water or electricity. The judiciary does not provide legal advice.

If someone wants to know how to proceed in a particular case or situation, it is recommended to consult a lawyer of their choice. For this, you can use the directory of lawyers. You can also contact companies that offer free legal services if you qualify. Below are general contact details and contact details for some of these entities or organizations. Services are offered throughout the island, including Vieques and Culebra. Get ready to help: Check out our checklists to prepare for disaster for migrant workers: employment, housing, health, consumer issues related to the status of agricultural workers, and contributions. It provides counselling, advice and legal representation to minors with special educational needs. Family: divorce, alimony, adoption, name change, correction of birth certificate, custody, emancipation, filiation, parental care, maternal and paternal relations between children and between grandmothers or grandfathers and granddaughters or grandchildren, guardianship, domestic violence, criminal harassment and inheritance Environmental law: conservation and protection of natural resources, including air, water, soil, extraction of materials from the crust land, coastal management and sea-land areas, solid waste and noise.

It is the department that specializes in the rights of agricultural workers who migrate to the United States to work seasonally on farms and in the agricultural industry, or agricultural workers who work on the island. Apply here. The steps are as follows: 1. Complete the online form 2. The submission begins the process of determining eligibility for the service. 3. One of our interviewers from the centralized interview system will call you within 2 business days of the start of this request. Employment: Advice in cases of unfair dismissal, discrimination, working conditions, working hours and wages, licensing, professional or sexual harassment, breach of contract, among others.

They provide services for the preparation of affidavits for employment or licensure of a profession Minors: cases of minors accused of serious or less serious misconduct, with the exception of the sale and distribution of drugs and cases of abuse and neglect of minors in juvenile institutions or rehabilitation programs For a direct service, Call Head Office Interview System at (787) 728-5070 or 1-800-981-5342 This is an initiative of the Puerto Rico Court Section, whose main objective is to expedite judicial proceedings in cases of abused and neglected minors in State custody. MUNICIPALITIES SERVED: RIO PIEDRAS, SAN JUAN, GUAYNABO PUEBLO Civil rights: discrimination based on physical or mental disability, race, color, sex, national origin, social status, sexual orientation, political or religious ideas. Police interventions with citizens, violation of the right to equal protection of the law and due process. We serve family, special education, seniors, housing, miners, income security, bankruptcy, veterans, civil rights, community and environmental rights, consumer rights, agricultural workers, among others. The information provided by external bodies, its administrative and political framework, does not in any way represent the official position of the judiciary. Contact information is shared to promote access to justice. This information will be reviewed periodically so that those interested in submitting doubts, comments or suggestions regarding the information contained herein may do so in writing to the

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