Volunteer Lawyers for Justice
P.O. Box 32040
Newark, NJ 07102
Jonathan Goldsmith Cohen, Esq. Will Present Basics of Foreclosure and Bankruptcy and Answer Attendees Questions
Event Date: April 05, 2014
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TOMS RIVER/WEST LONG BRANCH/NEWARK, N.J., March 17, 2014 – In Ocean and Monmouth Counties, Volunteer Lawyers for Justice (VLJ) will host two free foreclosure and bankruptcy seminars for victims of Superstorm Sandy. At each of the programs, Jonathan Goldsmith Cohen, Esq., Director of the Bankruptcy Practice of I. Mark Cohen Law Group, will present the basics of foreclosure and bankruptcy and answer attendees’ questions. These two seminars are part of VLJ’s Disaster Legal Response Program (DLRP), which also includes free legal aid clinics and extended representation for those who are eligible.
In Ocean County, the seminar will be held on Thursday, April 3, at 6 p.m. at the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Public Library, located at 101 Washington Street in Toms River.
In Monmouth County, the seminar will be held on Saturday, April 5, at 10 a.m. at the Young Auditorium, Bey Hall of Monmouth University, located at 400 Cedar Avenue in West Long Branch.
To pre-register for either seminar, please call the VLJ DLRP toll-free number at (855) 301-2525. Walk-ins are welcome as well. Attendees seeking further legal assistance may apply to become a client of VLJ at the end of the seminar. For more information about VLJ’s Disaster Legal Response Program and other available assistance, please visit http://www.vljnj.org/.
VLJ is a state-wide 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation based in Newark. VLJ provides comprehensive legal services to economically disadvantaged adults, children, and families in New Jersey to ensure fair and equal treatment within the legal system. Programs include free legal counsel and advice, educational seminars on various legal matters, and direct representation for at-risk individuals facing critical civil legal issues.
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