Pueblo Legal Aid Services

Pueblo Legal Aid Services

Free legal advice for tribal members who live on or near the 19 Pueblos or Mescalero Apache Nation Free information on a variety of legal topics, including but not limited to: PAAA and Colorado Legal Services partner to provide Pueblo County seniors with a comprehensive list of priority legal aid for those with the greatest social or economic need. This legal aid program provides lawyers to advise and represent low-income individuals in civil matters. The clinic cannot help all eligible individuals due to limited resources. Submit a request by email, email or fax. Colorado Legal Services can address the following legal concerns: NAP recognizes that many clients have significant issues that can impact their lives, but not all issues can be resolved through legal intervention or advocacy. The New Mexico Native American Legal Aid Program evaluates applications to determine whether legal intervention and advocacy contribute to family and economic stability and improve access to justice. Cases are evaluated by lawyers who take into account the merits of the case, the resources available from the NAPs and the possibility of a favourable outcome through the intervention of the NAPs. Colorado Farmworkers Project provides advocacy and legal representation to agricultural workers. If you need legal advice, if you are 60 years of age or older and reside in Pueblo County, call Colorado Legal Services at 719-545-6708** PKAP reviews applications to determine if the child you wish to adopt can be legally given up for adoption. Colorado ID Project For citizens looking for ID and other documents. What is the Pueblo Family Court Program? To learn more, click here and read these questions and answers here. Discover a new online tool to help debtors in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel CO counties, DuncanBot (search for Avatar, bottom right of this page). Try it no matter where you live in Colorado.

Click here to let us know if the bot helped you. Family matters – divorce, custody, family violence, emotional or physical abuse of older adults. Special clinics can be set up to help people with problems with immigration, domestic violence and the rights of the elderly. Colorado Resource Network Legal and Community Help for Colorado`s seniors in the Pikes Peak and Alamosa regions. (A Colorado Access to Justice and J4All project.) • Dissolution of marriage / no children • Dissolution of marriage / children • Attribution of parental responsibility (APR) Denial of rights under the Indian Civil Rights Act 1968 Consumer Issues – Small Claims, Bankruptcy, Collection, Access to Credit, Seizure, Financing, Identity Theft Clinic for Low-Income Taxpayers Represents low-income taxpayers in tax disputes. Would you like to apply? Complete the following application that applies to your situation. Mail, email or fax the completed application to: If you are financially affected by #COVID19, have a child living with you in your home and earn up to $75,000 per year, you may be eligible for emergency assistance of up to $4,000 (depending on need). This money can be used to pay rent/mortgage, cover home or car repairs, pay medical or mental health bills, buy groceries, and more! To apply, visit Colorado.gov/PEAK and apply for Colorado Works/TANF by clicking “Request Benefits.” Call Denver Human Services at 720-944-4347 if you have any questions.

Colorado Legal Services (CLS), a nonprofit, has been helping low-income people, including Colorado seniors, for more than 90 years. Click here and on each button to learn more. Housing – Evictions, landlord-tenant disputes, deposits and housing discrimination Public Service Calls – SNAP, SSI, Social Security, OAP, TANF, Medicaid, Home Care Assistance Health Issues – Medicare, Medicaid, Private Health Insurance Probate issues – wills, living wills, powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney, guardianship You can ask the Arapahoe County Bar Association for help by completing the Form here. Someone will contact you to find out if you are eligible for support and to determine if someone is available to help you. Click here for more information. If you are eligible, you can meet with a CLS lawyer in court or apply online at applyonlinecl.org to see if you qualify for assistance. Physical location – Midtown Shopping Center next to the bowling alley. Call 719-545-6708 ext. 333 for more information.

OCAP, a CLS program, is now available to low-income individuals. You must be eligible for CLS to participate in the program. Location: Hope For Children, 801 West 4th Street, Pueblo, CO The Native American program works on the following topics: Northwest Project provides guidance, limited and comprehensive representation. This program is now available to low-income individuals and operates in partnership with the Pueblo County Bar Association and in partnership with the Pueblo District Court. The program is designed to assist clients with dissolutions (divorces) and attribution of parental responsibility (decisions regarding parental leave).