How to Know if You are Entitled to a Free Legal Help

It is important to know that every troubled person is entitled to a free legal help. The law office http://www.brianrosslaw.com/ offers free legal help ONLY and ONLY if you apply for and are approved by the court or through the National Legal Aid Bureau.

The types of legal help you can use through the National Legal Aid Bureau are:
Consultation with a view to reaching an agreement before the commencement of the proceedings or the filing of a case;
Preparation of documents for filing a lawsuit;
Litigation;
Representation on detention by the authorities.
Persons entitled to free legal aid are only natural persons (not legal persons, commercial companies and sole traders) who are socially disadvantaged or are housed in specialized institutions for the provision of social services, etc.

You are entitled to free legal assistance in criminal cases, civil cases, property disputes, property disputes, partition, rents, litigation, litigation, matrimonial matters, maintenance payments, custody, adoption, establishment the origin of a child, administrative affairs;

What documents should you submit and where?
First of all, you must submit a request form.
Secondly, you should prepare a family and property statement.
If you are receiving social benefits, you should present an order to the Director of the Social Assistance Directorate that you are receiving monthly social benefits, which you should obtain from the Social Assistance Directorate.
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If you do not receive social benefits, you must provide a certificate that you are eligible for monthly social benefits, which you can also get from the Social Assistance Directorate.
In case you are placed in a specialized institution for social services – a contract with the respective institution. In this case, you do not need to submit an order or certificate from the Social Assistance Directorate. It is enough to present the contract.

In case you are foster parent, you should submit only a court decision to accommodate a child under the Child Protection Act.
The application for legal aid, together with the declaration of family and property status and any of the other types of documents, should be filed with the National Legal Aid Bureau.
It is important to know that you must submit three documents – Request for legal help, declaration of property and marital status and any of the other documents, or – decision of the court for placement of a child or order of the director of the NGA or certificate the director of an NGA or a contract with a specialized institution.
When a case has already been instituted – for example, you are a defendant, the documents are filed with the court in the specific case, it is desirable to apply also documents certifying the family status, age, employment – a certificate from the labor offices, the state of health – Order of the Director of the Social Assistance Directorate for receiving social integration supplements under the Law on the Integration of People with Disabilities, a certificate from the National Social Security Institute for the amount of the pension, etc. You must prove with documents that you do not have enough financial resources to authorize a lawyer.

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