2015 “Justice for All” Luncheon
Fort Bend Lawyers Care (FBLC) is proud to announce its 7th “Justice for All” (JFA) Luncheon, honoring the dedicated volunteer lawyers, non-lawyer volunteers, sponsors, donors and Strategic Partners for their hard work, time and resources donated to FBLC. The 2015 JFA Luncheon is co-chaired by Will Colgin and Sharon Steckler and will be held Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Sugar Creek Country Club. Remaining Sponsorship opportunities range from $750 to $2,500 and individual tickets to the luncheon are $100.00.

FBLC is honored to announce that the Presenting Sponsor for the 2015 JFA Luncheon is once again S. Scott West of The West Law Firm. The West Law Firm has been the Presenting Sponsor for every JFA Luncheon since its inception. During the luncheon, you'll enjoy a delicious meal, captivating presentations and a live and silent auction, facilitated by Art Rascon, our emcee. Proceeds from the JFA Luncheon enable FBLC to fulfill its mission of serving the less-fortunate citizens of Fort Bend County with their civil legal needs. For questions, please contact Jennifer Kirkpatrick at (713) 517-1950 or send an email to jennifer@26daisies.com.

"Justice for All" Luncheon
April 23, 2015 -- 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
Sugar Creek Country Club    420 Sugar Creek Boulevard    Sugar Land, TX 77478

About Us
Fort Bend Lawyers Care (FBLC) was founded in 2006 by the Fort Bend County Bar Association to respond to the growing legal needs of our community's low-income residents. FBLC is a non-profit corporation that provides legal services to low-income citizens by coordinating a process to allow volunteer attorneys to accept legal cases of qualified clients. Prior to establishing Fort Bend Lawyers Care, there was no
in-county pro bono organization available to assist low-income residents of Fort Bend County.
Our Mission
It is the mission of Fort Bend Lawyers Care to provide low-income Fort Bend County residents with equal access to justice through volunteer lawyers.
Pro Bono Legal Assistance Comes to Fort Bend County.
Many times, citizens need answers to legal questions or simple legal advice that can be given over the telephone in just a few moments or, citizens may need a referral to other legal or social service agencies. Fort Bend Lawyers Care has established its monthly Family Law Workshop to fill this important legal need in our community.

On the first Wednesday of each month, from 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m., volunteer attorneys will answer Family Law legal questions for the low-income citizens of Fort Bend County at the Family Law Workshop. Please call 281-239-0015 to pre-qualify.
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Fort Bend Lawyers CARE offers free advice by phone to low-income Fort Bend County residents. If you are a veteran or the spouse of a veteran with civil legal questions, please ask about FBLC's veterans program.

Legal Line is held bi-weekly on Fridays (except on holiday weekends); calls for qualification are accepted between 10:00 AM - Noon. To pre-qualify call 281-239-0015. The attorney will return calls the same day and/or the following Monday.
Fort Bend Lawyers Care is proud to be a participant in the "Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans" State Bar of Texas program. "Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans" was developed to assist low-income, military veterans who otherwise cannot afford or do not have access to the civil legal services they need. If you are a military veteran and in need of civil legal assistance, call: 281-239-0015 or email Tasha Hernandez at: tasha@fortbendlawyerscare.org
Fort Bend Lawyers Care
310 Morton Street # 566
Richmond, TX 77469
Phone: 281-239-0015
Fax: 281-239-8123

A gift to Fort Bend Lawyers Care is an investment in our community.

Fort Bend Lawyers CARE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations to FBLC are tax deductible (Tax ID 20-4370198). FBLC was founded by the Fort Bend County Bar Association to respond to the growing legal needs of our community's less fortunate citizens.
Volunteer Lawyer Program
The core service of FBLC, our Volunteer Lawyer Program will match qualified applicants with volunteer attorneys willing to handle cases on a pro bono basis.
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  • Consumer Law
  • * Contract Disputes
  • * Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • * Deceptive Trade Practices
  • Family Law
  • * Divorce
  • * Adoption
  • * Change of Name
  • Real Property
  • * Resolving Title Problems
  • * Transfers of Title
  • Wills and Probate
  • * Simple Estate Planning
  • * Powers of Attorney
  • * Medical Powers of Attorney
  • * Directives to Physicians
  • * Probate of Simple Wills
  • * Probate of Estates Without Wills
  • * Guardianships
  • * No paternity cases are accepted.
  • * No fee generating cases are
  • * No traffic court cases are
  • * No criminal cases are accepted.
  • * Incarcerated applicants are
       ineligible for services.
  • TexasLawHelp.Org free guide offers civil legal information to Texans who cannot afford legal help.
  • FBLC is funded in part by grants from the Texas Bar Foundation and the Texas Equal Access to Justice Foundation.