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Action Step
Actionstep is a complete legal practice management system, built in the cloud, with workflow at its heart. Actionstep gets rid of law firm administrivia and simplifies how you work. So you always have the headspace and time to serve your clients well.
Ask a Lawyer on Call
Specialties include Real Estate Law, Family Law, Employment Law, Immigration Law, Consumer Protection, Estate Law and more…
Counseling Center for Women
The Counseling Center for Women was founded in Rochester, Michigan in 1992.  The Center has a friendly, homelike atmosphere and has been a place of help and comfort for hundreds of women.  The location of our office was chosen for the privacy it allows our clients, as well as the feeling of being a part of the downtown community.  The staff is committed to helping women identify strengths, and our philosophy is based on the concept of empowerment.  Taking control of one's life fosters individual growth and personal fulfillment.  Even though the Center does focus on issues primarily concerning women, we work with men, couples, adolescents and children as well.
Exposing Online Predators & Cyberpaths
Dating Site Frauds, Cheaters, Online Predators who Prey on Vulnerable Adults, Liars, Con Artists, Romance Scams - learn more and Expose a Predator HERE! Stop the Abuse & Silence of Internet Predators
Find help across Canada
Ending Violence Association of Canada (EVA CAN) is a national non-profit organization whose main purpose is to educate and respond to gender based violence at the national level.
How to get out of an abusive relationship
Getting out of an abusive relationship isn’t easy, but you deserve to live free of fear. Here’s how to find help for abused and battered women.
My Information Base
Legal services are something not everyone anticipates needing but it's helpful to learn more about how they work. Some of the most expensive things in life are buying a home, emergency medical care, and seeking legal advice or services. The good news is that most states have various forms of free legal services. You can look at the government, law firms, private lawyers, or even law schools for free legal aid. The types of legal services depend on the area.
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The Mission of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is to organize for collective power by advancing transformative work, thinking and leadership of communities and individuals working to end the violence in our lives.
Resources by state on violence
Resources by state on violence against women.. Find resources and programs in your state that provide support for women who have experienced abuse.
Safe Relationships
Relational Harm Reduction, How to spot dangerous men, 8 categories of dangerousness, understanding the difference between deadbeat and deadly; psychopathology education for the lay woman, signs and behavioral symptoms of dangerousness, resources, books/products/services
Sanctuary for the Abused
Articles and clickable links on verbal, psychological & emotional abuse, personality disorders and online predators/players as well as personal writings on the subject.
Settlement.org
Abuse means that someone hurts you or treats you badly. Domestic abuse means that the person who hurts you is a family member or romantic partner (such as your spouse or boyfriend/girlfriend). The abuser can be male or female.
Steps to Justice
Do you have a legal problem and live in Ontario?
Steps to Justice gives reliable and practical information on common legal problems including:

-step-by-step information to help you work through your legal problems
-practical tools, such as checklists, fillable forms, and self-help guides
-referral information for legal and social services across Ontario
-live chat and email support if you can’t find the answers to your questions
The National Hotline
At The Hotline, we provide more than a listening ear. We want to empower you with information. Check out our lists of resources for victims and survivors, as well as the facts about domestic violence in the United States.
The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
The nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization. RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1.800.656.HOPE and carries out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice. Inside, you'll find statistics, counselling resources, prevention tips, news and more.
Theravive
First conceived of in June 2006 and launched later that same year, we are a network of independent counsellors and clinics throughout North America whose therapists provide counselling and resources to individuals, couples, and families while upholding strong values. The name "Theravive" is taken from Therapy and Revive. Therapists with us work with clients to resolve issues so that they can move forward with their lives and not be dependent on counselling for years to come. Clients are encouraged in a safe environment to discover how the presenting issues affect life, learn the important changes needed to be made, and with tools provided by the counsellor, begin a new journey towards a brighter future; a more fulfilling life of purpose, meaning, and greater joy.
Top Attorneys Nearby
Pro bono attorneys offering free legal aid acquire a lot of experience on how to handle complex litigation cases. Local bar organizations, as well as state bar associations, provide pro bono committees through which lawyers volunteer for pro bono work. For example, advocates who specialize in personal injury law will handle compensation damage claims case. The ABA's Volunteer Legal Project has opportunities for pro bono volunteerism. The military pro bono assistance is for active duty officers. A case can get to a pro bono lawyer if the underprivileged client lifestyle is below the federal poverty level income of $ $24,000 for a four-member family.
Vetwow
This site consists of a group of veterans (women and men) who experienced MST (military sexual trauma). We ask that veterans "pay it forward" by helping 3 other veterans during their lifetime. Some veterans have donated money they receive from their VA claims to others women vets who may still be homeless, or having problems with bills. This is sporadic, and not required.
Womens Law
Despite its name, WomensLaw.org provides information that is relevant to people of all genders, not just women. Our Email Hotline will provide legal information to anyone who reaches out with legal questions or concerns regarding domestic violence, sexual violence, or any other topic covered on WomensLaw.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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