Advocacy & Legal Services

Gwinnett County Probate Court - Pro Bono Assistance
Clinic dates are each third Thursday of the month

From 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Sign up with the Probate Court for an appointment in advance by phone or in person or "walk in" day of the clinic. Wall ins are on a first come first serve basis. 

Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center

75 Langley Dr

Lawrenceville, GA 30046


Law Office of Cathey & Strain - Personal Injury & Product Liability

649 Irvine Rd
Cornelia Ga 30531

Melman & Berger Attorney's at Law 

904 Macy Drive 
Roswell, GA 30076
(404) 729-0897

Chris E. Vance - Special Education Attorney Advocate
2415 Oak Grove Valley Road NE
Suite 100
Atlanta, Georgia 30345  
404 320-6672 (Phone)
404 320-3412 (Fax)

Allison Vrolijk - Special Education Attorney & Manifestation/Juv Justice

The Law Office of Allison B. Vrolijk, LLC
885 Woodstock Road, Suite 430-318
Roswell, Georgia 30075
(770) 587-9228

Nadler Biernath - Special Needs and Elder Law
4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Suite 500
Atlanta, Georgia  30341

Debbie Dobbs - Special Needs Advocate
(678) 315-2498 phone
The mission of Debbie Dobbs Advocacy, LLC is to advocate for children with special needs to have appropriate educational and financial resources and opportunities.

Georgia Parent Mentors - School system advocates
Although the specific job descriptions and work plans may vary slightly from one school district to another, mentor’s work is focused on enhancing communication and collaboration between families, schools, and communities in order to improve outcomes for students with disabilities and their families.

Robert Goldberg & Associates- Elder and Special Needs law
At Robert M. Goldberg & Associates, we strive to establish long-term relationships with our clients by providing Legal Guidance for a Lifetime.


Jeyaram & Associates - Georgia's Healthcare, Administrative, Corporate, Estate Planning Experts 678-325-3872  
Health Law Partnership (HeLP) -  is a collaboration among Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, and Georgia State University College of Law.  HeLP provides pro bono legal assistance to low-income families with children under age 21 with a disability.  Services may include assistance obtaining public benefits, managing child support, drafting wills, guardianships and more. HeLp provides referrals to other pro bono services if the family does not meet the criteria.404-785-2005

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