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  • What Kinds of Cases Can You Bring Before Magistrate Court? A Short Video Presentation

    Know Your Rights

    The Magistrate Court is authorized to hear a variety of civil cases, as long as the claim does not exceed the $15,000.00 limit, including suits on accounts or contracts where a debtor has failed to pay a debt, damages or personal injury claims involving accidents or wrongful conduct, failure to perform on written contracts, personal property foreclosures, garnishments, levies on property to satisfy a judgment and abandoned motor vehicle. Landlord-tenant cases, referred to as dispossessory actions and in some cases distress warrants, are filed against individuals or corporations who remain on a property without the right to do so. These landlord-tenant actions are usually filed for non-payment of rent. Dispossessory actions represent an exception in Magistrate Court where the jurisdictional limit of $15,000.00 does not apply. Content Detail

    By:
    Council Of Magistrate Court Judges
  • Getting Help with Medical Debt

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    This video reviews the different options that are available to get help with medical debt, including charity care, financial counseling, and payment plans. Read More

    By:
    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • What to Do if You Are Sued

    This video provides basic information about what to do if you are sued. It briefly reviews the paperwork involved in a lawsuit and the different ways a case can be resolved. Read More

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    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • Learn about Medicaid Programs that Can Help You Pay for Medicare Premiums

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    There are several kinds of Medicaid available that help people get health care. This video explains how Medicaid can help people pay for Medicare premiums. Content Detail

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
  • What are the Rules in Magistrate Court? Basic Rules for Civil Suits - A Short Video Presentation

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    As with all the other courts, the party who files an action is responsible for proving her case in Magistrate Court. Content Detail

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    Council Of Magistrate Court Judges
  • Georgia Learning Resources System

    Local Help

    The Georgia Learning Resources System has 17 centers across Georgia and each one has materials, such as books and videos, about disabilities. Content Detail

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    Georgia Department of Education
  • General Information on Eviction

    Know Your Rights

    These are fact sheets, videos, brochures, and other sources that provide basic information and answers to frequently asked questions on eviction and tenants’ rights in Georgia. Read More

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    GeorgiaLegalAid.org
  • General Information on Foreclosure

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    These are fact sheets, videos, brochures, and other sources that provide basic information and answers to frequently asked questions on eviction and tenants’ rights in Georgia. Read More

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    GeorgiaLegalAid.org
  • General Information on Eviction 2 - classroom

    These are fact sheets, videos, brochures, and other sources that provide basic information and answers to frequently asked questions on eviction and tenants’ rights in Georgia. Read More

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    GeorgiaLegalAid.org
  • You Can Keep Your Home and Receive Medicaid

    Know Your Rights

    This video about Medicaid in Georgia was created for GeorgiaLegalAid.org by Kent Buis, a law student at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. The video content is based on a community education brochure created by Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc. and prepared under the direction of Georgia Legal Services Program. This is legal information, not legal advice. If you have a legal problem, you should speak with a lawyer. Content Detail

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    Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc.
  • Eviction

    This classroom provides fact sheets, videos, brochures, and other sources that provide basic information and answers to frequently asked questions on eviction and tenants’ rights in Georgia. Read More

    By:
    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • Child Care Program Licenses

    Know Your Rights

    This state government site offers information on Child Care Licensing. You can watch a short video on "How To Apply To Become A Licensed Day Care Center Operator." Content Detail

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    Georgia Department of Human Resources, Child Care Licensing Section
  • SSI Overpayments: What to Do if You Got a Notice of Overpayment from Social Security

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    This video provides basic advice on what to do if you receive a notice of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) overpayment from Social Security. It reviews your options for what to do next, including reconsideration or a waiver of overpayment. Read More

    By:
    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • Help for Domestic Violence Victims Living in Federally Subsidized or Public Housing

    Know Your Rights

    This video reviews various situations in which the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) will protect victims of domestic violence who live in federally subsidized or public housing. Read More

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    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • The Enhanced Services Project Attorney's Guide to Home Loan Modifications

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    This video reviews the most important things for Enhanced Services Project volunteer attorneys to know about home loan modifications when following up with Atlanta Legal Aid clients. Read More

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    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc