Mobilization for Justice fights against
predatory behavior in a host of areas because
The World Is Not for Sale.
MFJ provides legal advice, assistance, and representation to low-income New Yorkers in debt by helping them file bankruptcy petitions and obtain a fresh financial start.
MFJ provides advice, advocacy and representation to low-income New Yorkers on a wide range of consumer issues, including debt collection, improper judgments, identity theft, student loans, financial scams, or other forms of financial exploitation.
MFJ provided legal assistance to low-income New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy, and is ready to mobilize in the event of another disaster that affects low-income New Yorkers.
MFJ provides legal advice and representation to New York City homeowners facing foreclosure or who are victims of foreclosure rescue scams or abusive loan servicing practices. We focus on helping homeowners in hard-hit areas of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.
MFJ assists individuals with legal problems relating to Public Assistance, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps), Medicaid/Medicare, and Supplemental Security Income/Social Security Disability benefits.
MFJ provides legal advice, advocacy and representation to low-income individuals and families seeking assistance in humanitarian- and family-based immigration matters.
MFJ helps formerly incarcerated individuals who face employment discrimination and who face challenges in obtaining licenses when reentering the workforce.
MFJ provides legal advice and representation to low-income New Yorkers who have tax problems with the IRS. We do not help people file their taxes.
MFJ provides legal advice and representation to low-wage and immigrant workers injured on the job or who face unsafe or unhealthy working conditions, with workers’ compensation claims retaliation and promotes better enforcement of protections for workers.
MFJ provides advice, counsel and representation to workers injured on the job or who face unsafe or unhealthy working conditions, including workers’ compensation claims, medical leave, and disability accommodations.