Pro Bono divorce Lawyer Maryland

Maryland Pro Bono  May 21, 2015 – 02:37 am

Welcome to the Pro Bono section! With the passage of the pro bono rules, the Court is committed to providing you with the most accurate and up-to-date information about the rules, the implementation process, and how to become involved in pro bono activities. This new section features a variety of materials, including a list of Frequently Asked Questions, articles and press releases on pro bono issues, and links to other organizations and resources that can help you. Whether you are a lawyer licensed in Maryland looking for information about the new rules, upcoming trainings, or opportunities for pro bono service, or a non-lawyer in search of pro bono assistance with a legal matter, you’ll find a wealth of ideas

For those involved in their Local Pro Bono Committees, we will soon have sample plans and reports from other states to assist you through the needs assessment, planning, and reporting processes. We will also bring you news about the statewide Standing Committee on Pro Bono Service, profiles of people involved in pro bono, and spotlights on special events and innovative initiatives related to the advancement of pro bono service.


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Good evneing. I am a college student looking for a lawyer in New York City (any borough is fine though) to help me file my divorce. I am a student so if anyone can refer me to a pro bono attorney, i will be much appreciative. I learned recently that my wife married me under false pretenses in order to obtain US residence and eventually
citizenship. So yeah, i am peeved. Unfortunately, I cannot afford a lawayer. So please CL community, HELP ME OUT! Thank you. :)

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