Michigan Legal Help/Michigan Poverty Law Program
The Michigan Legal Help Program (MLHP) helps people who have to handle simple civil legal problems without a lawyer. One primary product of the MLHP is MichiganLegalHelp.org, an interactive, statewide website that provides legal information and referrals to self-represented litigants. Legal information includes Articles, Common Questions and Do-It-Yourself tools, utilizing A2J Author and HotDocs, which enable litigants to complete their own legal forms. The Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP) provides state support services to legal services attorneys and other poverty law advocates throughout Michigan. These services include case support; planning and managing trainings and task forces; and technology consultation and support including managing Drupal websites for statewide advocacy programs.