National Consumer Protection Week is March 5-11, 2023 this year. Nassau Suffolk Law Services' Consumer Debt Unit will be hosting...Read More
Do you know someone who may be eligible for a student loan discharge based on total and permanent disability (TPD)?
Many of our clients are eligible for student loan discharges based on total and permanent disability (TPD). Currently, the student...Read More
Major Credit Bureaus Institute New Policy to No Longer Include Medical Debt Under a Dollar Threshold on Credit Reports!
The three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Transunion, and Experian) will institute a new policy by March 30, 2023, to no...Read More
The 2022-2023 SECOND Emergency benefit opened on February 27, 2023. If you are eligible, the Emergency HEAP Benefit can help...Read More
The 2nd Annual Comsewogue Community Resource Fair is taking place on Monday, March 13th, 2023 from 7pm-9pm. Many organizations, including...Read More
We recently updated our Education Fact Sheets: Beyond COVID-19 School Closures (Questions for Families) or Beyond COVID-19 School Closures (Students With Existing IEPs...Read More
The 2022-2023 Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) benefit opened on January 3, 2023. If you are eligible, the Emergency...Read More
Improperly Held Security Deposits Will Be Returned by Fairfield Properties after Settlement with NY Attorney General’s Office
Improperly held security deposits will be returned by Fairfield Properties after settlement with New York Attorney General's Office. New York law...Read More