The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs (MCOHA) in conjunction with the Morris County Bar Association and Foundation (MCBA/F), today announced their partnership in presenting an Educational Legal Clinic, which will take place on Saturday, June 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Father Connolly Parish Center, 37 North Essex Street, Dover.
The format of the Educational Clinic will consist of small groups where an individual will be able to meet on a one-to-one basis with attorneys who will respond to questions and/or offer additional information. Small groups will be divided by the following topics: Immigration Law, Municipal Court/Criminal Law, Bankruptcy, Tax and Business Law, Landlord/Tenant, Family Law, and the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care)/Healthcare Law and its impact on current medical coverage will be provided by the Zufall Health Center.
There is no fee for the Educational Legal Clinic, and it is open to all residents in the communities that MCOHA serves. Participants can come at any time and ask questions from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs’ mission is: In keeping with our strong heritage as a nation of immigrants, MCOHA helps improve the lives of Hispanic and low income residents by providing direct social services, education and client advocacy – and inspires hope and community integration. MCOHA has been educating, empowering and serving Morris County’s Hispanic and low-income communities for more than 36 years.
The Bar foundation is the charitable and educational arm of the MCBA, which is the professional organization of Attorneys in Morris County. They are dedicated to providing outreach and educational programs for the community.