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Over 13 thousand people in the Khabarovsk Territory received free assistance from the state law bureau

In July 2013, on the initiative of the Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Vyacheslav Shport, a state legal bureau was created in the region, the task of which is to provide citizens with free legal aid, the press service of the head of the region reports. The head of the bureau, Ivan Kasyanenko, spoke about the interim results of the institution's work.

“Over the past year, more than 13 thousand residents of the region received free qualified legal aid. Support was provided in the form of oral advice, drafting legal documents, including judicial ones. Also, the specialists of the bureau acted as representatives of the interests of citizens in courts, state and municipal bodies, ”said Ivan Kasyanenko.

From September 2013 to the present, free legal assistance on civil matters has been provided to citizens affected by the flood emergency.

Currently, 10 subdivisions of the state legal bureau operate in the region: five in Khabarovsk, two in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, one each in Amursk, Chegdomyn and Vyazemsky. They employ 26 qualified specialists. For the convenience of citizens, all units are located in multifunctional centers providing state and municipal services.

According to Ivan Kasyanenko, due to the high demand for free legal assistance, by the end of 2014, five more offices of the state legal bureau are planned to open in the Khabarovsk Territory. They will appear in Sovetskaya Gavan, Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, Vyazemsky, p. Bogorodskoe Ulchsky district and p. Pereyaslavka district them. Lazo

“In addition, the list of categories of persons who can expect to receive free legal assistance was recently expanded. It includes citizens who suffered as a result of an emergency, retired people, as well as single mothers who are carrying a child or raising children under the age of 3. Currently, about 340 thousands of residents of the region have the right to receive free legal assistance, ”noted Ivan Kasyanov.

For more information about the work of the state law office, the possibilities of obtaining free legal assistance, you can ask other questions by calling the single contact call center: 8-800-100-42-12. 

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