The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

Welcome to MassLegalServices.org, the online poverty law library and collaboration resource for legal services advocates in Massachusetts.

MassLegalServices offers resources and information about legal issues facing lower income Massachusetts residents to legal services advocates and social services professionals. If you are not a lawyer or legal advocate, you will probably find MassLegalHelp more useful.

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If you are an attorney looking for a pro bono opportunity, see www.MassProBono.org -- the website for pro bono attorneys and volunteers in Massachusetts.

Recent Library Content

07/24/2014 - Military Handbooks
From the introduction: "This unique handbook, written for veterans, gives you everything you need to know about: how to apply, veterans... Read more
07/24/2014 - Kaiser Family Foundation
Database with information about topics such as Demographics and the Economy Health Costs & Budgets Health Coverage & Uninsured... Read more
06/01/2014 - DTA
Q. 1. My SNAP client had been living alone. At her recent recertification interview, she reported that her 19-year-old daughter, who is a... Read more
07/10/2014 - DTA
Overview A key component of the TAFDC program is engaging clients in work-related activities to move families with dependent children to... Read more
07/10/2014 - DTA
Overview The TAFDC Learnfare requirement mandated that any child of a nondisabled grantee who is age six (or in first grade, whichever... Read more

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