Services for Seniors

Organization Details

Organization Name:
Allegany Law Foundation
110 Greene Street,
(301) 722-3390
Program Contact name (Person/role)
Kelsey Merkel (Administrative Assistant/Intake Specialist)
Program Contact email
Program Contact Phone
Program uses Language Line (Y/N)
Program Description

Allegany Law works through Human Resource Development Commission to provide free services to people over the age of 60 without regard to income and assets in priority areas of law. The areas of law include income maintenance, health care, housing, employment, age discrimination, protective services, landlord/tenant relations and custody/visitation. Staff will also assist with advance directives and powers of attorney. Requests for wills are referred to private attorneys.

Children (Child Custody, Support, Adoption)
Full Representation
Civil Rights
Full Representation
Full Representation
Full Representation
Full Representation
Domestic Violence
Full Representation
Full Representation
Wills, Estates, Probate
Full Representation
Housing - General
Full Representation
Full Representation
Housing - Landlord/Tenant
Full Representation
Life and Health Planning
Full Representation
Other Topics
Full Representation
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