Susquehanna Legal Aid for Adults and Youth (SLAAY) believes that all people deserve equal access to justice.
The Low Income Tax Clinic (LITC) at SLAAY provides free lawyers and accountants to help low income and English as a second language (ESL) individuals work through disputes with the IRS.
Legal Services are at the core of SLAAY's mission. By providing Pro bono or very low-cost civil legal representation in administrative, state, and federal courts, SLAAY aims to fill gaps in the access to justice within Northcentral PA.
Partnering with Street Law, a nationwide nonprofit, SLAAY provides practical legal education and life skills to adults and youth on various topics.
Susquehanna Legal Aid for Adults and Youth (SLAAY) was founded as an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization in 2020. Dedicated to providing practical assistance and education to residents of Northcentral Pennsylvania, SLAAY seeks to eliminate civil legal barriers to economic opportunity by supplying clients with the resources and knowledge necessary to lead safe, self-sufficient, and dignified lives.
Through our various services, SLAAY strives to preserve the fairness and integrity of the legal and tax systems.
In order to qualify for our tax controversy relief services, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
For more information about qualification, contact email@example.com.
The LITC does not file tax returns, but instead helps with matters that arise after taxes have been filed, including: