You should make sure Social Security has your correct address on file. You can learn more about the new cards on the Medicare website.
Domestic violence, child custody and visitation, child support, children’s rights, divorce and separation, bullying, problems with DCF.
Evictions and lockouts, problems with landlords, security deposits, rent increases, housing discrimination, foreclosures, homelessness, utilities.
Connecticut and federal benefits programs such as healthcare, Medicaid, Social Security, unemployment, cash assistance, food stamps (SNAP), disability assistance.
Workers’ rights, discrimination, problems with hours and pay, unemployment, Family and Medical Leave (FMLA), criminal records.
Immigration problems, citizenship, immigrants' rights at work, deferred action.
Bankruptcy, debt collection, wage attachments, small claims court, identity theft.
Special education, school discipline, children’s rights in school, bullying.
Health care, FMLA, Medicare, Medicaid, living wills, health care instructions, nursing homes.
Benefits, health care, Medicare, Medicaid, living wills, powers of attorney, health care instructions, nursing homes, burial plots, consumer and financial issues.