Blog Calendar

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

While many crimes are down amid COVID-19 lockdowns, there are concern that some crimes may go unreported. Teresa Sullivan, a supervisory attorney with Legal Aid Chicago, which represents domestic...
The Treasury Department is reviewing whether it has the legal authority to prevent banks and private debt collectors from seizing $1,200 government stimulus payments, according to a person familiar...
A lawsuit seeking to protect CARES Act payments from creditors filed by Indiana Legal Services, Prosperity Indiana, Neighborhood Christian Legal Services and the Indiana Institute for Working...
Housing and legal experts in Kansas are seeing commons misunderstandings over the moratorium on evictions. They say the most common is that people think they don’t have to pay rent. They advise...
Georgia Legal Services Program is working to answer tenants' legal questions as clients face conomic challenges that have left many without jobs or reduced work hours. Elliott Gillooly, an attorney...