Who We Are

Community Legal Services (CLS) of Prince George’s County, Inc., is a non-profit organization established to provide quality civil legal services to low-income residents in Prince George’s County.

The services are provided by the lawyers of Prince George’s County and by professional staff. With the help of volunteer and staff attorneys, we provide brief legal advice, free or reduced fee legal representation, and legal education to low-income residents of Prince George’s County.

We provide assistance in matters involving: divorce, custody, child support, visitation, domestic violence, guardianship, unpaid wages, foreclosure, bankruptcy and other non-fee generating cases.

Organized under 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, CLS qualifies as a tax-exempt charitable organization and donations are always welcome. CLS operates in a very cost effective manner, with grants from a dozen generous foundations and receives gifts and contributions from the legal and business communities, as well as from private individuals

To Educate, Represent and Empower Low Income Members of the Prince George’s County Community Regarding Civil Legal Matters.

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Our Mission Statement To Educate, Represent and Empower Low Income Members of the Prince George’s County Community Regarding Civil Legal…

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Directors Jessica A. Quincosa, Esq., Executive Director Nora C. Eidelman, Deputy Director Legal Assistants Claudia Aguirre Flor Ceron Sharon Hernandez…

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President Constance L. Belfiore, Esq. Vice President Nakia V. Gray, Esq., Nakia Gray Legal, P.C. Treasurer Edwin Shim, Esq., Law…

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Maryland Legal Services Corporation Administrative Office of the Courts Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Prince George’s County Family…

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Latest News

Failure to Pay Rent Tenant Representation Program

Community Legal Services of Prince George’s County, Inc., (CLS) is excited to announce the launch of its Failure to Pay Rent Tenant Representation Program, which… Read More

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