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Family Court , 'Quo Vadis? "improvement, reform or implosion"?

As we observe the big picture of Maine’s Family Courts, we sense that  our family courts appear to be slowly imploding. It is not a visibly dramatic happening that grabs public attention. 1,414 more words


What Homeowners Must Know Before Fighting Foreclosure Pro Se

Representing Yourself

It’s not easy to decide whether to represent yourself. Before you make a decision, take some time to consider whether your personality, work ethic, and lifestyle are suited for the task ahead. 816 more words

Foreclosure Defense

Seamster v. Chael

(N.D. Ind. Oct. 14, 2014)

The district court dismisses the pro se chapter 13 debtor’s appeal for failure to pay the appeal filing fee, because the subject order was not a final appealable order, because the subject order was later vacated, and because the debtor failed to timely file a brief in support of the appeal. 7 more words


The LawYou Story

Several years ago, I had been driving somewhere in Palm Beach County with the radio on when I heard it again: a public service announcement from Urban Youth Impact about some event the organization would be holding. 555 more words

Pro Se

Inspired by man who filed more than 120 lawsuits, Indiana Supreme Court sets pro se limits

By: Stephanie Francis Ward

Pro se parties must “play by the rules,” and courts can place reasonable limits on filings by an “abusive litigant,” the Indiana Supreme Court wrote Tuesday in an opinion involving a man who has filed more than 120 lawsuits over the past six years. 298 more words


Attend the next Charlotte ACLU Meeting!

The Homeless Prevention Team of the Charlotte ACLU, in cooperation with Legal Aid of North Carolina, will provide the programming for the ACLU’s general meeting on October 5th at Unitarian Universalist Church of Christ at 7:00 p.m.    111 more words

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