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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.

FBLC is funded in part by grants from The George Foundation and the Texas Access to Justice Foundation, Fort Bend Junior Service League, and Fort Bend County Bar Association.

     Friday, March 18, 2016 10 am - 12 pm Adobe Reader Required

Family Law Workshop -- April 6, 2016
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

     Location: Calvary Episcopal Church (in the school gym)
     806 Thompson Road
     Richmond, Texas 77469
         Download Flyer Adobe Reader Required

Veterans and/or their spouses are encouraged to attend

Open to all low-income residents of Fort Bend County with civil legal questions including but not limited to: Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Adult Guardianship, Adoption, Veterans Benefits, Real Estate, Landlord-Tenant, Credit Issues, Wills and Probate.

To pre-qualify for the Family Law Workshop or for further information:
Please call 281-239-0015 or

Veterans Legal Aid Clinic -- June 11, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.   

     Location: Richmond VA Outpatient Clinic
     22001 Southwest Freeway
     Suite 200
     Richmond, TX 77469
No appointment necessary. Legal issues may include family law, wills and probate, consumer, property, tax, disability and veterans benefits, as well as other legal problems or questions. All veterans can receive one-on-one legal advice and counsel at the clinic; financial guidelines apply for additional free legal representation. Clinic open to all U.S. veterans and spouses of veterans.

A public service of Fort Bend Lawyers Care, the Fort Bend County Bar Association, and the Houston Bar Foundation.
For information call (713) 759-1133

Cabrini Center for Immigrant Legal Assistance

The Cabrini Center provides immigration services at the Mamie George Community Center (1111 Collins Rd, Richmond, TX 77469). We can help with a variety of immigration matters, including Family-based petitions, Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Legal Permanent Residency for refugees, asylees, Cubans, and crime victims, Renewal or Replacement of legal permanent residency cards, Naturalization, and more.

Our staff attorney offers a free information session, known as Charla, on the first Friday of every month at 9am, followed by individual consultations. Also, free walk-in screenings are offered every Friday from 9am to 3:30pm. For more information, call 713-874-6522.    Download Flyer Adobe Reader Required    Descargar El Folleto Adobe Reader Required
The Fort Bend County Bar Association already sponsors an Annual Will-a-Thon, whereby low-income Fort Bend County senior citizens are eligible for participation.
A simple Will, Medical Power of Attorney, Declaration of Guardian in the Event of Later Incompetence, and Physicians Directive (Living Will) are drafted by volunteer attorneys and executed for each participant. FBLC encourages social service organizations to sponsor will clinics by recruiting low-income seniors and providing a convenient location. As traveling is so often a barrier to services, FBLC will continue to sponsor this outreach service in our community.
Fort Bend Lawyers Care depends upon the generous support of corporate and individual sponsors. FBLC welcomes your support as we provide much needed hope to those in need. Fort Bend Lawyers Care is a non-profit corporation, and all donations to FBLC are tax-deductible. With your help, FBLC can assist numerous low-income individuals each year with needed legal assistance by coordinating matches with volunteer attorneys in the Fort Bend County area.

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