The Volunteer Attorney Program of Central Minnesota Legal Services, in St. Cloud, is offering a seminar entitled “Bankruptcy and Credit Issues," on Thursday afternoon, October 27, 2011, from 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. This seminar will be held at the Great River Regional Library 1300 West St. Germain Street, St. Cloud, MN.
William P. Kain, Esq. of Lund, Kain, & Scott, PA, in St. Cloud, will be the presenter at this Community Education Seminar. During his presentation, Mr. Kain will discuss Credit Basics, How credit Affects One’s Ability to Conduct Everyday Business, How to Obtain a Credit Report, Credit Scores, Reporting Credit Report Errors, Debt Management Programs, Fair Debt collection, and Considering Bankruptcy. He will also take questions from the audience.
The Volunteer Attorney Program of Central Minnesota Legal Services, in St. Cloud, is offering a seminar entitled “Legal Advice for People with Mortgage Problems," on Wednesday, October 26, 2011, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. This seminar will be held in the County Board Room at the Sherburne County Government Center, 13880 Business Center Dr. NW, Elk River, MN.
Do you have legal problems resulting from the tornado disaster that struck North Minneapolis?
We will take calls from low-income, elderly, and disabled persons with storm-related civil legal problems. If you are a Hennepin County resident please call (612) 332-1441. Anoka County residents should call (612) 332-8151.
For more information visit http://lawhelpmn.org/link.cfm?3362.
LIFE Camp provides children (grades 2-6) of inmates currently or formerly detained in a Minnesota or North Dakota correctional facility the opportunity to create positive, life-long memories at no cost to their families. During the week-long camp, the kids have a chance to participate in activities like fishing, swimming, hiking and more. There is also a special focus on their specific emotional needs and life skills training.
For more information about this program, click here.
In a recent article, the Star Tribune highlighted the increase in use of law libraries by pro se litigants and highlighted the Anoka County Law Library. Central Minnesota Legal Services works closely with the Anoka County Law Library and offers a pro se clinic at the law library once per month.
Congratulations to our friends Gene Myers and Merry Conway, the Anoka County Law Library staff, for being featured in this article and for being recognized for their hard work in helping pro se litigants in our court system.
A link to the full story is here:
Watch Judge Stephen Halsey from the Tenth Judicial District (Anoka) host a show on Orders for Protection in Minnesota
Watch the District Court Show broadcast with Judge Stephen Halsey and guests in a discussion on the process for obtaining an Order for Protection in Minnesota Courts. CMLS is mentioned in the discussion as an organization that assists people with Orders for Protection in Anoka County.