New Orleans Title Clearing Collaborative
The collaborative is a joint initiative of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, The Pro Bono Project, Louisiana Appleseed, and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, supported by the Greater New Orleans Foundation.
Join this site if you are a volunteer attorney, legal services advocate, law student or faculty advising low income and disadvantaged clients. There are resources here to help you.
Here is an example of our bus stop public information campaign.
This practice area is a resource for attorneys and advocates working with the Orleans Parish Title Clearing Collaborative. This part of the site is the former LA Road Home practice area, and retains resources for those who are helping Louisiana Road Home Program applicants.
Look here for helpful information and forms for correcting property issues that may prevent applicants from receiving Road Home funds.
This resource is not indended for direct use by those trying to resolve their property title issues on their own, nor is it for applicants to The Road Home Program. Some materials in the Road Home Liibrary are available only to those who join this practice area or to those who join the Civil Law practice area.
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For more information about The Road Home Legal Program, please contact:
Executive Director, Program Operations
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services Corp.
1200 Derek Drive, Suite 100
Hammond, LA 70403
tel: (985) 345-2130 or (800) 349-0886
fax: (985) 345-2686
ProBono.Net/LA isadministered by Southeast Louisiana Legal Servicess (SLLS) in collaboraton with free legal service programs and pro bono projects around the state. For all matters concerning this Web site, please contact:
LISA J. STANSKY
Statewide Web site Administrator
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services
Important Road Home Program Update!
Learn more here about a recent announcement from The Louisiana Recovery Authority (LRA) that affects some Road Home applicants who tried to pursue appeals. According to the announcement, the Louisiana Recovery Authority and the Office of Community Development will review cases of people who claim their Road Home appeals were "lost in the shuffle" or "'stuck' in the resolutions process." The Road Home applicants must ask for this review. Contact information is on the LRA's web site.
Click on The Road Home Resource Library for practice aids and other helpful information.
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