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Applying for Federal Help After a Disaster (video)

Accessible video on how to register for assistance (sign language, subtitles, and voice)

Child Support Information (video)

How much child support does the court order? How long does child support last? How is it enforced? These questions will be addressed in this MP4 video.

Custody Trials in North Carolina (video)

This video describes the steps in a typical custody trial in North Carolina. The video assumes that a custody case has already been filed in court. The video is designed for people who cannot afford to hire a private attorney to address their custody issues. It is offered as a public service by the North Carolina Bar Association and Legal Aid of North Carolina.

Dividing Your Property - the House and Everything (video)

Dividing the Property is often one of the biggest issues in divorce. Property Distribution can be decided by a judge or by an agreement put into place by you and your spouse. In this video, attorney Lee Rosen discusses the factors involved in Property Distribution in North Carolina.

Everything You Need to Know About Child Custody (video)

Child Custody is a tricky issue in many families. In this video, attorney Lee Rosen explains the terminology involved in Child Custody, how judges handle Child Custody cases in the courtroom, what could keep you from gaining custody of your children and visitation options.

Fired from your job? (video)

What can you do if you believe you were unfairly fired from your job? Learn about exceptions to North Carolina's at-will employment law, including breach of contract or collective bargaining agreement, illegal discrimination, retaliation and more. This video also includes information about unemployment insurance.

Free Child Custody Clinic

Legal Aid of North Carolina's free child custody clinic teaches participants how to file a child custody action in court without an attorney. We will also discuss visitation. We provide a packet with legal documents and an instructional video. At the end of the video, participants can ask general questions to a volunteer attorney through the webinar. Specific legal advice is not provided at these clinics. Clinics are located in many NC counties. If you do not see a clinic in your city or county, please check the surrounding counties in your area.

Free Criminal Record Expungement Clinic

Legal Aid of North Carolina’s free expungement clinic explains North Carolina expunction law to help participants determine if they are eligible to have one or more charges removed from their criminal records. You can also ask general questions to a volunteer attorney through the webinar, however, specific advice is not provided. If you determine you qualify for an expunction during the clinic, you will be given the opportunity to request a callback from Legal Aid in which you will go through a phone screening for additional assistance. Legal Aid services are free of charge. Clinics are located in many NC counties. If you do not see a clinic in your city or county, please check the surrounding counties in your area. You can also call the Legal Aid Helpline directly at 866-219-5262, because Legal Aid assists with some expungement cases if you qualify for additional services.

Free Employee Rights Clinic

Attendees of this clinic will learn about their rights as employees under North Carolina and Federal law. It will cover topics such as employment at will, right to work, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace, and eligibility for unemployment benefits. Attendees will receive a packet of education materials and resources. At the conclusion of the session there will be a Question and Answer session with a North Carolina Attorney through the webinar. Clinics are located in many NC counties. If you do not see a clinic in your city or county, please check the surrounding counties in your area.

Free Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will Clinic

Legal Aid of North Carolina's free Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Wills clinic teaches participants how to complete a Health Care Power of Attorney and/or Living Will document on their own. Participants receive the necessary legal forms, they watch an instructional video, and then they can ask general questions to a volunteer attorney through the webinar. Specific legal advice for individual cases is not provided at these clinics. Clinics are located in many NC counties. If you do not see a clinic in your city or county, please check the surrounding counties in your area. The packet from the clinic is located online at www.lawhelpnc.org. Legal Aid does assist with some HCPOA and Living Wills documents outside of the clinic. You can call our Helpline directly to go through a screening to see if you qualify for additional assistance. The number is 866-219-5262.

Free Simple Divorce Clinic

Legal Aid of North Carolina's free simple divorce clinic teaches participants how to file a simple divorce action in court without hiring an attorney. We provide a packet with legal documents and an instructional video. At the end of the video, participants can ask general questions to a volunteer attorney through the webinar. Specific legal advice is not provided at these clinics. **PLEASE NOTE: Filing for divorce affects your rights to property division, spousal support, and alimony. You could lose important rights by filing for divorce. If you wish to pursue property division, spousal support, or alimony, you should consult with a private attorney to discuss your legal rights before filing. You are always welcome to attend the clinic for general information, but the clinic does NOT specifically address these issues. Clinics are located in many NC counties. If you do not see a clinic in your city or county, please check the surrounding counties in your area.

Free Social Security Disability Clinic

Legal Aid of North Carolina's free Social Security Disability clinic will educate participants on the types of adult Social Security Disability benefits, how you qualify, the application process, and what you will need to show to prove you are entitled to benefits. There will be an instructional video. At the end of the video, participants can ask general questions to a volunteer attorney through a webinar. Specific legal advice is not provided at these clinics. Clinics are located in most NC counties. If you do not see a clinic in your city or county, please check the surrounding counties in your area. You can also call the Legal Aid Helpline directly at 866-219-5262, because Legal Aid does handle some SSI/SSD cases if you qualify for our services.

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