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Legal Aid Bureau, Inc., Baltimore County
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The Legal Aid Bureau, Inc. is a staffed legal services program offering free civil legal services to the low income population throughout Maryland. The Legal Aid Bureau has 11 offices throughout the State. The Bureau does not accept fee-generating cases. Persons eligible for services are generally served by the office serving their county of residence. The Bureau accepts cases in the areas of family/domestic law, public benefits, housing/consumer and migrant representation. The Bureau also provides specialized representation through various grants or contracts to senior citizens, nursing home residents and children alleged to be abused or neglected.
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