Pro Bono Program

Organization Details

Organization Name:
Mid-Shore Pro Bono, Inc.
8 S. West Street,
Intake days/hours (walk-in)
No walk-ins
Intake days/hours (by phone)
Monday through Friday 11 am - 4:30 pm
Cost or fee (describe)
Program Description

Mid-Shore Pro Bono provides legal assistance to individuals in throughout the Eastern Shore. If you have a legal problem that involves any of the following. Mid-Shore Pro Bono can help you find legal assistance.

Steps to Apply:

  • Please call during intake hours only: Monday through Friday 11 am - 4:30 pm. 410-690-8128
  • You will be screened for eligibility based on your income and type of legal problem. We do not provide legal advice over the phone.
  • We will mail you an application. Once we receive your completed application, $25.00 non-refundable application fee (cash or money order ONLY) and proof of income we will review your case for eligibility and if determined eligible, we will start looking for a volunteer lawyer.
  • Because we rely on the generosity of volunteers to accept a case when they are available, we cannot guarantee we will find a lawyer for every client.
  • If you have a trial or hearing scheduled, call us as soon as possible to increase the chance of us finding you a volunteer. Do not wait until just before your trial or hearing. We cannot handle emergency situations.
Bankruptcy and debtor relief
Full Representation
Consumer Disputes
Full Representation
Divorce, Separation, or Annulment
Full Representation
Estate Administration, Small Estates
Full Representation
Family Law
Full Representation
Full Representation
General Civil Legal Services
Full Representation
Guardianship, Adult
Full Representation
Guardianship, Child
Full Representation
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Landlord and tenant conflicts
Full Representation
Power of attorney
Full Representation
Senior citizen help
Full Representation
Tort defense
Full Representation
Full Representation
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