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Board Members and Managers
LANWT Annual Report 2018
Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas Branches
Displaced Apartment Tenants Are Struggling To Relocate After Dallas ISD Bought The Land
Attorneys, developer team up to provide $1.2 million in legal aid to Frazier Courts residents
Dallas Tenants Complain About Their Landlord, Dallas ISD
Legal Aid for Low-Income Texans Cut Under Proposed 2019 White House Budget
Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas Attorneys and Paralegals Offering Assistance to Harvey Evacuees in Dallas
LANWT Disaster Assistance Hotline
Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas 2016 Annual Report flipbook.
Legal aid group offers help to residents affected by storms
Technology can help deliver legal aid to those in need
Wild About Fees
Two former HMK tenants sue over West Dallas home purchases
Former Tenants Sue Over HMK Contracts to Buy Homes
Snatchback clauses are just one piece to a potentially illegal puzzle for the mortgage company
Lubbock city plan falls short on important issues
North and East Lubbock residents share concerns of living near environmental hazards
LANWT is working with neighborhood associations to address concerns, including the placement of industrial plants in their neighborhoods, which can cause pollution and a decrease in property values.
Residents group sues Dallas for demolitions in city’s historic black neighborhood
A lawsuit filed last week by Legal Aid and Daniel & Beshara, P.C. on behalf of the Tenth Street Residential Association asserts that "[t]he City of Dallas's policies and practices have racially segregated the Tenth Street neighborhood for many decades."
Dallas has neglected streets, sewage and storm drainage, according to the lawsuit, and demolishing the houses only adds to the neglect, say residents who brought the suit.
A Dallas Neighborhood Sues City Hall for Equal Treatment
A collaboration between the Amarillo Area Bar Association and the Amarillo office of Legal Aid hopes to expand free legal services to more low-income families in the Texas Panhandle.
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