Micronesian Legal Services Corporation (MLCS)

Ms. Jane Mack
Directing Attorney
Location: VSS Mall shopping center, on Beach
Road in Chalan Piao, behind Subway.
PO Box 500826
Saipan, MP 96950
Fax 235-6101

Mr. Lee Pliscou
Executive Director
Location: Bldg.#1218 Capitol Hill PO BOX 5551 CHRB saipan MP 96950 (670) 322-6472 ext, 305

Micronesian Legal Services Corporation (MLSC) is a non-profit corporation established in 1970 to provide low income persons in Micronesia with free legal assistance in civil matters. MLSC is governed by a nine-member board of directors and has offices in the Republic of Palau, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands,

Prior to the creation of MLSC, few Micronesians found the system of justice open to them. It is the goal of MLSC to help assure that the newly-adopted Constitutions of Micronesia, which establish judicial systems based on principles of equality and fairness for all, have real meaning for all, rich and poor alike. MLSC strives to make equal access to quality civil legal assistance a reality for low-income islanders throughout Micronesia who have nowhere else to turn.

MLSC provides legal assistance to eligible persons on a variety of matters, including family land. job terminations, domestic cases, immigration, and helping those whose lives have been devastated as a result of nuclear development, including the world’s first hydrogen bomb. MLSC extends its services to those in the dawn of life, the children; those in the twilight of life, the elderly, and those in the shadows of life, the abused, the disabled, and the neglected. A person seeking MLSC assistance must be financially eligible (low or no income) and the problem to be addressed must fall within set priorities of MLSC,
• Adoption
• Change of Name
• Consumer Credit and Collections
• Default Forms
• Divorce
• Family Law
• Guardianship
• Guardianship of Estate
• Guardianship for an Incompetent  Person
• Order to Show Cause
• Paternity
• Probate
• Representing Yourself
• Temporary Restraining Order
• Waiver of Filing Fee
• Identity Theft
• Employment/Labor Person
• Civil Rights
• Victim of Crime/Violence/Domestic