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CCE Webinar Series on Decision-Making

Join CCE and our co-sponsors, Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, Legal Counsel fo the Elderly, and Disability Rights DC at University Legal Services for a three-part webinar series on decision-making tools for adults in DC beginning September9, 2021. Open the flyer to learn more!

 
Occupational Licensing Pre-Application One Pager

Created in partnership with the Howard Law Reentry Clinic, this one pager explains the occupational licensing pre-application process. 

 
Occupational Licensing Informational Flyer

Created in partnership with the Howard Law Reentry Clinic, this informational flyer explains what occupational licensing is and how the new law impacts people with criminal records seeking to obtain an occupational license. 

 
Sample Preapproval Letter to Occupational Licensing Board

Created in partnership with the Howard Law Reentry Clinic, this sample letter serves as an example of a preapproval letter to an occupational licensing board. 

 
CCE and Quality Trust Webinar Series on Assisted Decision-Making

Join CCE and Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities on June 17 and June 24 for a two-part webinar series for DC pro bono attorneys to help people with disabilities design and use practical tools, such as Supported Decision-Making Agreements, Powers of Attorney, Advance Directives, and others, to avoid unnecessary or overbroad guardianship. 

 
SJEP DNA Evidence

 This is a supplemental document for CCE's School Jury Education Project (SJEP). 

When Adults Need Help Making Decisions and Managing Daily Affairs: A Non-Lawyer’s Guide to D.C.’s Legal Tools for Assisting Adults
When Adults Need Help Making Decisions and Managing Daily Affairs: A Non-Lawyer’s Guide to D.C.’s Legal Tools for Assisting Adults

When Adults Need Help Making Decisions and Managing Daily Affairs, a guide that explains in non-technical language the resources that are available to people in the D.C. area who, because of illness, physical or intellectual disabilities, aging, injury or dementia, may need extra help when making important life decisions. This guide can help D.C. residents and family members, social workers, lawyers, and anyone who is seeking to support a loved one who may need assistance making legal, financial, educational, or medical decisions.

Victim’s Guide to the District of Columbia Justice System
Victim’s Guide to the District of Columbia Justice System

CCE’s Victim’s Guide has been a stalwart resource for victims and their advocates for nearly 30 years. While previous versions focused on court proceedings and the trial process, this revision takes a more holistic approach because most criminal cases do not go to trial. The new Victim’s Guide provides a comprehensive overview of various facets of D.C.’s justice system and directs victims to the myriad community-based resources that have become available in recent years.

Personal Affairs Record Book: Fillable Format [English]
Personal Affairs Record Book: Fillable Format [English]

This "fill-in-the-blanks" estate planning Record Book is organized to help you list and record the location of your important personal and financial papers. It is a handy reference which has been distributed widely throughout the nation.

Libro de Anotaciones de Asuntos Personales: Fillable Format
Libro de Anotaciones de Asuntos Personales: Fillable Format

(Spanish Version of the Personal Affairs Record Book.) Esto es un libreto acompañante a Cuando Alguien Fallece: Una Guía sobre el Proceso Testamentario y de Sucesiones en Washington, DC para Personas que no son Abogados.



 
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