Reconciliation – Educational and Counseling Program for Low-Income Families

Reduced-fee legal service for low-income individuals in family matters.

This is an extension of our mediation practice. We aim to build a bridge of cooperation between parents and in families.

The Reconciliation program exists in two parts. First, we provide co-parenting counseling for parents who are dealing with difficult partner.

The second part is birth out of a need for families who cannot afford an attorney. Although the court provides waiver of court fees for those who qualify, not many people know it or use it. Several times, during consultation, clients have noted that they are in this legal mess because they “did not know.”

Despite their request for help from courthouse, attorney general, friends, and even Google, they remain in the dark. The truth is most people don’t know their rights. Parents have a conservatorship decree (custody decree) listing their rights and duties, but very few understand it.

The goal of Aminu Law Firm is to EDUCATE families through both prevention and cure. We seek to prevent the degradation (break-down) of healthy family culture and communication; at the same time, we want to assist separated families with co-parenting, child support issue, and fairness in court.  This is a pro-bono work and is not a substitute for retaining attorney. We care about giving back to the community. We want to promote an effective way of regenerating healthy family ties, even in legal matters.

We have helpful resources on family matters and local employment opportunities. In addition, we have legal professionals, counselors, mediators, and financial planners to assist low-income families with their cases.

To qualify, you have to earn less than poverty level in income or currently receives government subsidy.

We are excited about reaching our community and helping families repair their relationships and resolve legal issues.

 

 

 

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