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As a follow-up to our recent seminar on the impact of debt collection on people living in poverty, this training will introduce new volunteers to the nuts and bolts of debt collection practice and procedure in Philadelphia’s Municipal Court and Court of Common Pleas, and refresh current volunteers on this high-impact practice area.
This seminar will discuss the impact of debt collection lawsuits on the most vulnerable in our communities and will address the need for adequate legal representation.
Learn the basics of landlord/tenant procedure in Philadelphia and practical information on counseling your client, going to Municipal Court, and understanding Philly’s evolving housing landscape. This free training was led by Jonathan Gaynor of Dechert and Tiffany Holland-McAnany of Community Legal Services. This training was presented by Philadelphia VIP and Dechert.
This form should be attached to your praecipe to enter a divorce decree certifying your service of any required Notice of Intent.
Appropriate to send to unrepresented litigants
Appropriate to send to unrepresented litigants.
A fillable Income and Expense Statement
Appropriate for an attorney to file on behalf of a client.
Appropriate for an attorney to send on behalf of a client.
For use when certified mail is marked “refused” but first class mail is not returned.
A divorce decree for cases where there is no property settlement agreement to be incorporated into the decree.
At this training, attendees will learn to preserve family wealth and empower end-of-life dignity for people living in poverty using simple wills, powers of attorney, and advanced healthcare directives.