The website and affiliated local self-help centers are part of the Michigan Legal Help Program, a joint effort of the Michigan Advocacy Program and the University of Michigan Law School.
Primary geographic focus: Michigan
Organization type(s): Online, Provider
The Michigan Legal Help website and affiliated local self-help centers are part of the Michigan Legal Help Program. The Program works with judges, courts, lawyers, bar associations, nonprofit legal aid agencies, legal self-help centers, libraries and many others to promote coordinated and quality assistance for persons representing themselves in civil legal matters in Michigan.
The Michigan Law Help Program is a joint effort of the Michigan Advocacy Program and the University of Michigan Law School.
The goal of the Michigan Law Help website is to bring you accurate and trustworthy legal information.
CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCEColumn Tina Rosenberg
New York Times (NYT)
June 1, 2016
The rise of online legal forms may not be a gripping subject, but it matters. Tens of millions of Americans need legal help for civil problems — they need a divorce, child support or visitation, protection from abuse or a stay of eviction.
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