Legal Aid Society of Cleveland proudly announces the launch of our redesigned website. Visit www.lasclev.org

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 01/19/2011 - 13:20.

Legal Aid Society of Cleveland Website Home Page

Legal Aid proudly announces the launch of our redesigned website.  Visit www.lasclev.org now to find resources, read success stories and learn how you can help Legal Aid provide access to justice.

Also . . . don't forget to share your thoughts about the new site on Facebook!

The Legal Aid Society of Clevelandsecures justice and resolves fundamental problems for those who are low income and vulnerable by providing high quality legal services and working for systemic solutions in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake and Lorain counties.

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Legal Aid web site

  Who gets credit for the makeover?

It says Insivia.

It says Insivia.

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What's the significance?

  Sorry to be obtuse, but is there a significance to advertising Legal Aid, right now?  I am just curious to know why it is of interest.

Seems like something lots of realNEO members need

Seems like something lots of realNEO members need regularly, and a topic of discussion here - I thought people may want to check this out and give feedback

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Legal Aid

Thanks for posting the info on the new website, Norm. You are right that readers can find it useful. Legal Aid used to be in the frontlines of fighting back for the little guy against the corporations & government, and in response to their effectivenss, they were gutted in funding by Congress. They are prohibited from class actions and proactive lawsuits. However, they are invaluable to people fighting for disabilty from social security and SSI, attempts to take away homes from people who owe money to hospitals and nursing homes, utility companies, and I think that they now help with foreclosure issues. I do not know what the qualification guidelines are but if anyone needs their help, infomation is a click away.

LAS also helps with Evictions...but not Property Tax Foreclosure

They also help with child custody, child support, and welfare claims.