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Legal Aid in the news

Legal Aid in the news

Check out the links below to various news sources that have featured Legal Aid staff or reported on Legal Aid's activities, programs/projects, events, services, and just about any other way we work to make equal justice happen. Local housing advocates concerned as...

Behind the Scenes:  Legal Aid of Nebraska Centralized Intake Unit

Behind the Scenes: Legal Aid of Nebraska Centralized Intake Unit

This article was written by Sydney Rogers-Morrell, Development Coordinator As Nebraska’s only statewide and free civil legal services provider, with low-income clients located in every county, Legal Aid of Nebraska averages nearly 1,300 requests for legal assistance...

Legal Aid continues commitment to tribal nations

Legal Aid continues commitment to tribal nations

Equity audit serves as a benchmarking tool to assess diversity, equity, and inclusion at Legal Aid of Nebraska Legal Aid of Nebraska recognizes its responsibility to learn and evolve as a statewide service provider employing and representing diverse groups and...

Covid-related CDC eviction moratorium ending

Covid-related CDC eviction moratorium ending

  The Center for Disease Control (CDC)’s Eviction Moratorium, which has kept thousands of Nebraska families impacted by COVID-19 in their homes over nearly the past year, was thrown out by the Supreme Court last week. Effective immediately, this will have a...

Is your family eligible for the child tax credit payments?

Is your family eligible for the child tax credit payments?

The federal child tax credit has the potential to lift millions of families out of poverty. Families are using the benefits for a number of expenses to support their children. Discover the following Q+A to help clarify questions about this crucial credit. Q. What is...

What to do if you’re missing a stimulus check

What to do if you’re missing a stimulus check

Most Nebraskans have already received (and spent!) their stimulus checks, but not everyone who is eligible has received the money they are owed from the government.  For those people, this year may be even more difficult than it has been for most of us. The good news...