Military Assistance Project - Legal and Financial Services for Military Personnel
Who We Are
The Military Assistance Project was established to provide legal services for US Veterans to declare bankruptcy. The program creates partnerships between Military personnel, pro bono Attorneys, and the philanthropic Partners in Development who provide funding for our organization. MAP offers financial services via legal representation and connection to community education resources, providing wrap-around service for those in need of financial assistance.
When bankruptcy becomes necessary, Military Assistance Project provides servicemen and servicewoman with attorneys and legal resources to enable them to obtain a fresh start.
Who We Serve
- Bucks County
- Chester County
- Delaware County
- Montgomery County
- Philadelphia County
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- Eligibility Restrictions
active duty, reserve, or veteran military personnel
Type of Help
- This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:
- Full Legal Representation
- Brief Advice
How to Get Help
You can contact this organization by:
The following items are needed for intake:
Award letters if receiving SSI benefits
Proof of Service (DD214, Green Card, Pink Card, etc)
All bills and letters of collection
12 months of recent pay stubs, if employed
Proof of income if receiving public assistance, food stamps, pensions, etc.
Current bank statements
Any law suits the debtor is a party to
Proof of market value if the debtor owns a house/other property
Intake can be a much simpler process with the correct preparation. Completion of the online intake form on the Military Assistance Project website at the address below is the first step to garnering representation from Military Assistance Project. Once this form is filled out, a staff member or an attorney will be in contact to set up an initial visit to complete the intake process.