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Legal Information for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Survivors

Written by Amy Smith. Posted in Domestic Violence and Law

CLICK HERE for the Legal Information for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence & Stalking Brochure in ASL for those that are deaf or hard of hearing.

This project is supported by Grant No.
2010-WL-AX-0027 awarded by the Office on
Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of
Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and
recommendations expressed in this publication,
program, exhibition are those of the author(s)
and do not necessarily reflect the views of the
Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against
Women.
This brochure is also made possible with financial
support through the Victims of Crime Assistance
Act grant program coordinated by the Ohio
Attorney General’s office.This project is supported by Grant No.2010-WL-AX-0027 awarded by the Office onViolence Against Women, U.S. Department ofJustice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, andrecommendations expressed in this publication,program, exhibition are those of the author(s)and do not necessarily reflect the views of theDepartment of Justice, Office on Violence AgainstWomen.This brochure is also made possible with financialsupport through the Victims of Crime AssistanceAct grant program coordinated by the OhioAttorney General’s office.

Many different issues can impact the lives and safety of survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. This page is a resource to help find legal information you may need and to help you find an attorney. It is not intended to provide legal advice. Click on the topics below for more information.

CHILD CUSTODY/CHILD SUPPORT/VISITATION

CIVIL PROTECTION ORDERS

CREDIT ISSUES, FORECLOSURE AND BANKRUPTCY

DIVORCE

EMPLOYMENT

EXPUNGEMENT

HOUSING

IMMIGRATION

PUBLIC BENEFITS

SEXUAL ASSAULT

SAFE/SECURE COMPUTERS

FINDING AN ADVOCATE (SOMEONE TO HELP)

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS TO AN INTERPRETER

HOW TO FIND AN ATTORNEY

This project is supported by Grant No.2010-WL-AX-0027 awarded by the Office onViolence Against Women, U.S. Department ofJustice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, andrecommendations expressed in this publication,program, exhibition are those of the author(s)and do not necessarily reflect the views of theDepartment of Justice, Office on Violence AgainstWomen.This brochure is also made possible with financialsupport through the Victims of Crime AssistanceAct grant program coordinated by the OhioAttorney General’s office.This project is supported by Grant No.2010-WL-AX-0027 awarded by the Office onViolence Against Women, U.S. Department ofJustice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, andrecommendations expressed in this publication,program, exhibition are those of the author(s)and do not necessarily reflect the views of theDepartment of Justice, Office on Violence AgainstWomen.This brochure is also made possible with financialsupport through the Victims of Crime AssistanceAct grant program coordinated by the OhioAttorney General’s office.

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