Queens Legal Services Corporation ensures equal
access to justice for the people of Queens by providing free civil legal
services to those residents unable to afford to hire private counsel.
Services Can Be Accessed As Follows:
Mondays, 9:00am, in Jamaica, 8900 Sutphin Boulevard, Suite 206
Wednesdays, 9:00am, in LIC, 42-15 Crescent Street, 9th Floor
Either office at any time if a Marshall's Notice has been served.
Courthouse Office, 89-17 Sutphin Boulevard Room 160,
, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Family Law: Call 718-657-3133 the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month,
Or walk in to Jamaica, 8900 Sutphin Boulevard, Suite 206, on the 2nd & 4th
Thursdays of each month, 9:00am to 1:00pm
Call 718-397-7542 Wednesdays 2:00pm-4:30pm
For victims of Domestic Violence:
Call our 24 Hour Hotline 718-657-0424
We have also created the People's Law School. The People's Law School
which provides classes and workshops for members and staff of community based
organizations, service providers, civic and religious groups in the areas of law
most often confronted by our clients. Listed below are the topics we
presently offer, however additional topics will be included to address emerging
community concerns and, in some instances, seminars can be
specifically developed to meet your group's particular needs. For further
information regarding the People's Law School contact Cindy Katz, Coordinating
Attorney at 718-657-8611.
Housing – tenant’s rights, repairs, reduction in services, overcharges, code
violations, Housing Court and New York City Housing Authority procedures, fair
Matrimonial – separation and divorce, child custody, support and visitation;
rights, remedies and protections for victims of domestic violence.
Family Preservation – parents’ rights, foster care, family court abuse and
Government Benefits – public assistance, food stamps, Social Security and SSI
disability benefits, Medicare and Medicaid, unemployment insurance.
Consumer – student loans, trade school fraud, debt collection, bankruptcy,
mortgage foreclosure, home improvement fraud, utility shut off, etc.
HIV/AIDS – permanency planning, wills, health care proxies, guardianships,
Division of AIDS Services disability advocacy.
Education – Title I, special education, overcrowding, discrimination.
For additional information please contact
8900 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11435
email at email@example.com
|Carl O. Callender,
||Housing Unit Director (LIC
||Housing Director (Jamaica
||Director, Family Law Unit
||Director of Finance
||Coordinator, People's Law
|Lisa Issacs, Esq.
||General Practice Unit