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SPECIAL EDITION - January 15, 2021

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Free Help Sessions for Tenants Facing Eviction

Weekly - Online


Beginning January 20, 2021, New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) and the Legal Advice and Referral Center (LARC) will hold free online weekly help sessions for tenants facing eviction.

During these Eviction Clinics, legal aid attorneys and paralegals will explain tenants’ rights during an eviction and answer questions. They cannot provide legal advice for specific cases at the clinics.

If you need legal advice for your specific case, please call LARC or submit an online application, or call LARC at 1-800-639-5290. Visit LARC’s website.

The sessions will be recorded and available on NHLA’s YouTube channel.


When:   every Wednesday, from 7-8:30 PM

             every other Wednesday, from 2-3:30 PM

Where:  via Zoom.  Get the link  at and NHLA’s Facebook page under ‘events.’

Links to the first two sessions:

January 20 at 2 pm:  //

January 20 at 7 pm: //

More information:  at or call 1-800-639-5290.

See the simple chart:  How the Eviction Process Works


New Hampshire Legal Assistance and the Legal Advice and Referral Center are nonprofit legal aid organizations that provide free civil legal services to low-income and older New Hampshire residents. Visit to learn more about free civil legal aid.


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