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The Modest Means Program (MMP) provides low-cost legal assistance to individuals who do not qualify for free legal services, but cannot afford the expertise of attorneys at the standard rate. Attorneys participating in the program agree to assist Modest Means Program clients for no more than $75 an hour and no more than a $500 retainer (if necessary).
Equal Justice Wyoming, in cooperation with the Wyoming Access to Justice Commission, launched the program at the Laramie County Courthouse in March. The groups then brought the volunteer attorney program to Casper in November.
The Equal Justice Wyoming Foundation received funds from Bank of America as a term of a national settlement with the Department of Justice. The settlement distributed funds to IOLTA organizations, including EJWF, to be used to design, develop, and fund effective projects to provide “foreclosure prevention legal assistance and community redevelopment legal assistance.” EJWF is soliciting proposals from legal service providers for projects that provide foreclosure prevention legal assistance and/or community redevelopment legal assistance.
This service is provided free of charge by the Wyoming Supreme Court in cooperation with Equal Justice Wyoming to help you fill out legal forms for filing in Wyoming Courts. Answer a series of questions and print your legal forms! You will also be provided with helpful information and instructions about your next steps.