Adams-Pratt Oakland County Law Library

Adams-Pratt Oakland County Law Library

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 Free Legal Aid Clinics

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Family Law Assistance Program (FLAP)


Assistance with family law concerns for eligible, low-income Oakland County residents.

 
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Legal Aid and Defender Association Outreach Clinic


Assistance with civil law issues for eligible, low-income individuals and their families.  Available to residents of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne Counties.

Special Notice...Extra Clinic Session!
There will be an extra LAD session held on Wednesday, September 20th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 
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Common Ground
Legal Aid Clinic


Assistance with a variety of legal concerns.  Open to all.

 
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Salvation Army William Booth Legal Aid Clinic


Assistance to low income individuals with civil law issues EXCEPT those related to Family Law, Immigration or Estate Planning. Open to all.

 

 

Registration for the clinics is done on-site at the Law Library on the day of the clinic.
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 Fascinating Facts About . . .

Holly Village & Holly Township, Michigan

Old Grist Mill Ortonville, MI
In 1836, Ira C. Alger was the first settler of the region known today as the interdependent communities of Holly Village and Holly Township. Alger harnessed Shiawassee River waterpower to build a saw mill, a grist mill and a business district on Broad Street. After the Civil War, Holly Village was incorporated, and became a center for hotels, shops, banks, foundries and a train depot. Near this business district was Martha Street, which became known as “Battle Alley” after a brawl between Village locals and a traveling circus. In 1908, Temperance Movement leader Carry Nation visited Holly to speak on Prohibition; a delightful festival commemorates this historic event, each September.
U.S. Government Printing Office
This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents.
Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law.
Title 44 -- United States Code