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New Bedford Juvenile Court
75 North 6th Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
New Bedford, MA 02740
New Bedford Juvenile Court serves Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, New Bedford, and Westport.
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Bristol County Abuse and Domestic Violence Resources
The Bristol County District Attorney's Office offers brochures and guides with information about elder abuse, dating violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Contact information and links to domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and child abuse hotlines, shelters, and services are also provided.
View information about specialty court sessions that can set up supervision and treatment in lieu of incarceration for some offenders with substance abuse or mental health problems, including Adult and Juvenile Drug Courts, Veterans' Treatment Courts, Mental Health Courts, Homeless Court, and other local specialized sessions. Program descriptions, locations, manuals, brochures, and forms are provided.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
View information about court-connected Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), which helps parties resolve disputes without going to trial. Links to approved programs and guidelines are provided.
Child Support Services
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue offers information about child support services, including how to apply, payments, and modification and enforcement of orders. Links to the online application and payment systems, guidelines and calculators, and forms are provided.
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Fee Waiver Requests
View instructions for requesting a waiver of Massachusetts court fees and costs due to inability to pay. Links to the indigency guidelines and application forms are included.
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Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles offers online information about vehicle registration, driver licenses, traffic laws and hearings, manuals, forms, and service center locations.
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Bristol County Lawyer Referral
The Bristol County Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service by telephone, fax, or mail.
Bristol County Victim and Witness Help
The Bristol County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Program provides crime victims and witnesses with information about victims' rights and the court process, case status notification, crisis intervention, court accompaniment, referrals, and assistance with victim compensation and victim impact statements.
Attorney Discipline Records
The Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers offers online listings of attorney discipline decisions from 1999 through the present, including admonitions, administrative suspensions, and dismissals.
Community Legal Services and Counseling Center
Community Legal Services and Counseling Center (CLSACC) is a volunteer-based agency combining legal assistance with mental health counseling. Legal services offered by volunteer lawyers include disability benefits, family law, housing and immigration law.
Complaints About Attorneys
The Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers offers information about filing a complaint against a lawyer and provides links to agencies that handle attorney discipline.
The Massachusetts Attorney General's Consumer Advocacy and Response Division offers information about its consumer protection services, debt, mortgages and foreclosures, and utilities; a list of complaints against businesses; a directory of local consumer programs; and forms and instructions for filing a consumer complaint.
Search the Board of Bar Overseers directory of Massachusetts attorneys by name, bar number, and location.
Lawyer Fee Disputes
The Massachusetts Bar Association offers an arbitration program to help resolve fee disputes between lawyers and clients.
Lawyer Referral and Legal Assistance
The Massachusetts Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service by telephone or online form, a Dial-A-Lawyer free advice service by telephone, and free presentations about elder law.
Find links to a directory of organizations offering free or low-cost legal services, "Lawyer for the Day" volunteer lawyer programs, limited assistance representation, lawyer referral services, and Massachusetts and national lawyer directories.
Legal Services Directory
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