Majority Leader Cumbo Partners with NYLAG to Host Free Legal Clinic

I’m happy to announce a partnership with NYLAG to offer free legal assistance. Please contact my district office to schedule an appointment.

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Upcoming Events at Legal Hand: Know Your Rights (10/16), Medicare Part D (10/18), Advance Directives Workshop (11/9)

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9/28 Event: Free DACA Renewals

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Skadden Arps will be hosting a DACA renewal clinic in connection with the Legal Aid Society on September 28th. The clinic will take place at the firm’s New York office, located at 4 Times Square (West 42nd Street at Broadway) from 9 AM to 5 PM.  Clients who are interested in participating in the clinic should call the Legal Aid Society at (844) 955-3425, or email them at dream@legal-aid.org.

Free Workshops for Homeowners and Homebuyers

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5/2 Event: Homeowners Assistance & Tax Lien Workshop

Tuesday May 2, 2017

5:30 PM – 8:00 PM  Bethany United Methodist Church, 1208 St Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY 11213

Bethany United Methodist Church, 1208 St Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY 11213

New York State Senator Jesse Hamilton, in partnership with The Department of Finance, the Department of Environmental Protection, and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, will provide one-on-one assistance, answering lien sale questions and provide resources

Note: each year, the Department of Finance sells tax liens. If your property has unpaid debt that qualifies for a lien sale, they can sell your lien debt to an authorized buyer!

For more information, call (718) 284-4700.

4/14-15 Event: Begin Again

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Building on the success of 2016, the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office brings Begin Again to Bedford-Stuyvesant this April to give Brooklyn residents an opportunity to deal with summonses for low-level offenses quickly and easily right in their community. These summons warrants – ordered when people fail to answer a ticket for minor quality of life offenses such as drinking alcohol in public or being in a park after closing – have ballooned into a total of over a million in New York City, with about a quarter originating in Brooklyn. These open warrants weigh down an overburdened courts system and can hold back individuals who have them on their records.

Of the 2,588 Begin Again participants who have attended events so far, no one has been arrested and all have received consultation with attorneys from Legal Aid on how to resolve their warrants and on any other legal issues they had.

For more information and to pre-register: 718-250-3888

http://www.brooklynda.org/begin-again/

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