Although the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of us, our volunteers are still making a difference in the lives of low-income clients. Protecting against the virus has caused attorneys to be more creative with how they help and advocate for those in need.
CVLS was appointed to represent a six-year-old girl whose parents were locked in a contentious custody case. The mother had wrongfully relocated with the child without notice to or consent from the father. The Court requested that CVLS investigate and provide additional information, so David took the case as the child’s GAL and advocated for her best interests.
Dealing with an unresponsive landlord can be mentally exhausting and even physically painful. Andrea’s story shows how having a pro bono attorney can make all the difference.