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Ohio Legal Help Launches Secure User Hub

Ohio Legal Help, a statewide, mobile-first website with free legal information and resources, launched “My OLH,” a secure hub where users can create an account to find, save and complete court forms like Divorce without Children and the CDC Eviction Moratorium Declaration.
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OLH + Montgomery Co. DR Court to Create Virtual Self-Help Center

Ohio Legal Help, working in partnership with the Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court, will build a virtual self-help center for people who must deal with family law matters without the aid of an attorney. 
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Romance Scams: “They are the Professionals”

We sat down with Sheryl Harris, Director of the Cuyahoga County Department of Consumer Affairs, to discuss romance scams and the lies that scammers tell to lure in their victims.

Ohio Legal Help provides access to justice

Ohio Legal Help is Columbus CEO's February Nonprofit Spotlight.
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Consumer Trends to Watch Out for in 2021

We sat down with Rich Cordray to discuss what consumers can expect in 2021 and how to protect themselves in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Letter from the Executive Director

This is the first letter in a new series from the Executive Director of Ohio Legal Help, Susan Choe. Susan will share with our supporters and the community updates about, stories from users and what inspires the Ohio Legal Help team.

Safe Online Shopping + Charitable Giving for the 2020 Holidays

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost cautions Ohioans to be safe with their holiday online shopping and charitable giving this holiday season. 

Serving Those Who Have Served: Resources for Ohio Veterans

Jeff Rapp from the Ohio Department of Veterans Services spoke with Ohio Legal Help about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting veterans in Ohio.

What to Do if You Get Evicted

U.S. News and World Report featured Ohio Legal Help in their state-by-state resource guide for eviction resources.
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Legal Assistance Portals Reflect Shifting Needs

The Pew Charitable Trusts spoke with Executive Director Susan Choe on the shift in users' legal needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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