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Caption: THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, through a grant from the Department of Elder Affairs, the Area Agency on Aging Palm Beach/Treasure Coast, the Equal Justice Fellowship Project, Greenberg Traurig, and The Florida Bar Foundation recently established the "Adult Care Givers Project" to provide legal advice and representation to adult care givers who are caretakers of minor children. The services are designed to assist with the legal problems faced by adult care givers raising minor children, such as with guardianship, access to public benefits and healthcare, housing, and educational needs. Pictured in the back from the left is Bob Bertisch, Shahar Pasch, Maisa Wells, and Tim Stevens. In the front from the left are Rena Tayor, Bonnie Cohen, and Leischa Matthews.
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Publication:Florida Bar News
Date:Nov 15, 2003
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