There are many more cases available than those listed below. WE WILL FIND A CASE FOR YOU. The cases listed can be sorted by column headings. If you would like to assist a client but don't see a case you like, please send an email to John Fenno at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your case preferences and areas of interest. If you are working on a pro bono case or come across a case you want to handle pro bono, please contact John Fenno at email@example.com to qualify your client for assignment of the case to you through LSNF. Qualifying your client for assignment through LSNF benefits you first by fulfilling your pro bono responsibility, next by supplying you with malpractice coverage, and finally by providing critical support resources such as staff attorney and clerical assistance, access to CLE training and limited litigation funds.
Remember that we support our pro bono attorneys with: free CLE trainings in most of the substantive areas represented below; access to our offices in Tallahassee, Quincy, Panama City, Fort Walton Beach and Pensacola for client meetings, if helpful; professional liability coverage for eligible LSNF cases; access to Westlaw for research on LSNF pro bono case matters, and pairing with a LSNF staff attorney or pro bono panel expert for guidance.
Disabled gentleman wishes assistance with probating the estate of his deceased father, especially for the purposes of transferring ownership of the family home as presented in the decedent’s will.
Senior on fixed Social Security income seeking help filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy from attorney expert in bankruptcy law to help keep creditors from constantly contacting her.
CASE ACCEPTED: THANK YOU CAROL GRONDZIK! Client served eviction notice. LSNF assisted with filing answer and discovery and looking for volunteer attorney to help keep single mom and three children in their home.
Elderly woman is looking for help drafting a will she will need to accompany her file where she resides as a tenant.
Older woman working part-time is paying on the mortgage and insurance of her deceased mother's home where she currently resides and wishes to have mother's estate probated to get her name on the property.
An Army servicemember who is stationed abroad seeks pro bono assistance to establish paternity and a child custody order. The mother of the soldier's infant child is not cooperating with this, and he would like to establish a time-sharing plan.
An Air Force servicemember seeks pro bono help with a divorce. No filings have yet been made. A baby was recently born during their marriage, but the Airman took a paternity test that determined that he is not the father.
A military family seeks pro bono assistance with a real estate matter involving fraudulent misrepresentation. A Navy servicemember and his wife purchased a home this spring. Soon thereafter, they found and obtained tests on extensive, previously undisclosed mold and water damage hidden behind new drywall. The family is unable to reside in the home due to health concerns. They are seeking full remediation of damages and additional incurred expenses.