Sunday, March 21, 2010


Another reposting from the Nassau County Bar Association - a call for more Spanish or Creole speaking volunteer lawyers at the mandatory settlement conferences and or clinics:

"Attorneys who speak Spanish or Creole are needed as volunteers for our free Mortgage Foreclosure Consultation Clinics at NCBA. We would like to have two Spanish-speaking volunteers for the next Consultation Clinic on April 12, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. Homeowners not fluent in English have difficulty in communicating the details of their situation and in understanding recommendations of English-speaking attorneys. If you can assist in this vital service the Association offers to homeowners in distress, please contact Caryle Katz, to sign up for the April 12 Clinic, or for additional information. If you are unfamiliar with foreclosure law, you will have the opportunity to observe another attorney’s consultations to help you understand the procedure."

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