These forms are to be used to represent legal aid/pro bono clients in disaster recovery related legal issues.

FORMS

USE THIS FORM IF –  you are only providing brief advice and the clients will appeal pro se. FEMA (Pro Se Appeal)

USE THIS FORM IF – you want to appeal to FEMA, but your client’s situation does not fit any of the following forms. FEMA (General/Minimal Appeal Template)

USE THIS FORM IF – you are appealing to FEMA for home repair assistance based on proof of ownership.  FEMA (Home Repair Appeal)(Title Issue)

USE THIS FORM IF – your client has inherited property and there was no will.  This form will show that your client is the legal owner. Affidavit of Facts Concerning Family Relationships

USE THIS FORM IF – you are appealing to FEMA for home repair assistance based on insurance confusion.  (i.e. FEMA denial was based on the client having insurance, but client’s policy did/does not cover flood damage.) FEMA (Home Repair Appeal)(Insurance Confusion)

USE THIS FORM IF – you are appealing to FEMA for home repair and/or personal property assistance based on their initial grant being too small.   FEMA (Home Repair & Personal Property Appeal)(Grant Too Small)

USE THIS FORM IF – you are appealing to FEMA for housing assistance based on proof of ownership of a mobile home. FEMA (Housing Appeal – Mobile Home)(Title Issue)

USE THIS FORM IF – you are appealing to FEMA for transportation assistance based on an auto insurance company mistake.  FEMA (Transportation Appeal)(Insurance Co. Mistake)

USE THIS FORM IF – you are appealing to FEMA for transportation assistance based on insufficient documents.  FEMA (Transportation Appeal)(Insufficient Docs)