In Texas, the question is always when the next disaster will strike - not if. Oftentimes our residents are still dealing with the fallout from a disaster that happened years before, as they prepare for the next.
In the wake of a disaster, volunteer attorneys have always risen to the occasion and offered their expertise to help survivors navigate legal matters.
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The client is a Harvey and Imelda survivor she is separated from her spouse and is in her 60’s. She seeks assistance with obtaining a divorce from her spouse. There is a history of domestic violence in the marriage. Client nor her spouse have any children nor any real property together.
The client is a Spanish-speaking widow in her early 70s wants to obtain estate planning documents. The client wants to make sure her estate is in order. She owns a home and wants a Transfer on Death Deed to help her family.
Client is a Harvey survivor. Woman in her early 60s needs assistance with a divorce from spouse. There is a history of emotional and verbal abuse in the marriage. The client's spouse is also withholding her personal property from her.
The client is a 41 year old, disabled, Hurricane Harvey victim, who resides in Montgomery County, TX. She would like to execute a SDPOA and MPOA, as well as any other advanced planning documents recommended by the pro bono attorney.
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"Pro bono work can also give young attorneys experience they may have to wait several years for."