Falling behind on student loan debt? Here's what you need to know
This guide lays out your options for many different student loan debt situations. Is this guide for you? You may use this guide if:
Service and Assistance Animals in Maine: What's the difference, and what are my rights?
Introduction If you have a disability, and you have an animal that helps you with that disability, you may have the right to bring that animal into places where you wouldn’t be allowed to bring a pet.
Student Loan Project
Welcome to PTLA’s Student Loan Project! We provide free legal services to student loan borrowers. We help people with:
Farmworkers and Human Trafficking – Know the signs, know your rights!
Are you or do you know someone who is trapped or unable to leave a work situation? You may be victim of human labor trafficking. There are laws to protect workers in these situations. Know the signs, know your rights!
Portland Maine Landlord Tenant Rules
Important Resources to Prevent Eviction Getting evicted? Worried you might be soon?
COVID-19 & Rights of Maine Renters: CDC Eviction Ban Struck Down
The CDC issued an order banning some evictions. This order has been struck down by the Supreme Court. Learn how you can protect your housing.
Farmworker Rights - General Protections
Read this page to learn about laws that protect farmworkers, information about where to get legal help, and information about COVID-19, workers’ compensation, minimum wage, and federal farmworker protections.
Farmworker Rights - Minimum Wage
What is the minimum wage for farmworkers? The federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour. You must be paid at least $7.25 per hour. Even if you are paid on a piece rate basis, your hourly wages each week must average at least $7.25 per hour or your state’s minimum wage for agricultural workers.
Farmworker Rights - Domestic Violence
Safety first. If you are in danger, call 911 for the Police. Physical abuse by your spouse or partner is illegal. Your safety is most important.
Maine and New England Farmworkers: COVID-19 and Protection from Retaliation
The law requires employers to provide a safe and healthy working environment. It is against the law for employers to retaliate against you for raising concerns about safety and health conditions. This includes concerns about COVID-19.