Looking to buy a used car? Check out these 10 important things to remember from Edward Byron, a consumer protection attorney at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy.
For people with a criminal record, second chances are hard to come by. But the N.C. General Assembly can change that narrative for more than 2 million North Carolinians living with criminal records. The N.C. Senate unanimously passed The Second Chance Act (Senate Bill 562) earlier this month.
Find yourself a friend who will not only tell you about an amazing free estate planning service available for Mecklenburg County residents over 60 but also go with you to have your documents finalized!
Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy team member Ruth Santana is the 2019 recipient of the Mecklenburg County Bar’s Liberty Bell Award. Santana, who works with the Advocacy Center’s Immigrant Justice Program as a BIA accredited paralegal-advocate, received the award in recognition for her advocacy on behalf of immigrants seeking legal…
Lourdes Juarez has lived in North Carolina since 2000, working part-time to help children with disabilities improve their motor skills. Originally from Mexico, she is now a lawful permanent resident of the United States with plans to apply for citizenship.
The Mecklenburg Access to Justice Pro Bono Partners Program of Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy and Legal Aid of North Carolina-Charlotte is pleased to recognize our committed pro bono attorneys on its annual Pro Bono Honor Roll.
Have you had your Medicaid benefits terminated without notice? We may be able to help. All North Carolina Medicaid beneficiaries are protected from having their Medicaid terminated improperly.
CHARLOTTE, NC – It's now easier to estimate what your hospital bill might add up to. Since the start of the new year, a federal rule requires all hospitals to post prices for procedures online. That doesn't include what health insurance covers.
If you’re shopping for an insurance plan on healthcare.gov, the online marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act, there’s an important feature that doesn’t always work, an advocacy group says. It sometimes gives misinformation about which doctors are in the network for each plan.