A Legal Incubator Program of the University of Massachusetts School of Law. All legal representation is provided by licensed attorneys in good standing, who carry professional liability insurance and consult with over 80 retired judges and other in-residence and on-call mentors in the incubator program who average over 30 years of legal experience.
The Center attorneys provide discounted legal services at a scaled hourly rate for clients falling within 225 to 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (approximately $60,625 to $72,750 in annual income for a family of four).
The Center provides the following services:
Legal consultation and advice, as well as limited scope representation (LAR) and full legal representation, in the most civil practice areas, including family law (including divorce, custody, alimony, child support, modifications), housing (including evictions and breach of warranty law), consumer law, debt collection and re-finance, bankruptcy, probate, wills and trusts, immigration, business law, incorporation, representation of non-profits, employment law, and education law (including IEP plans and special education appeals).