In a Nutshell:
Pro Se Alliance — or the “Alliance” for short — has a five-fold mission:
1. To educate Americans to represent themselves in legal matters;
2. To provide free services to the poor to help them exercise their rights;
3. To assist victims of injustice in the judicial system;
4. To educate the public on new forms of child abuse and domestic violence being perpetuated in family law matters, and to advocate for the prevention of these forms of cruelty against children and parents; and
5. To investigate official misconduct and take whatever legal action necessary to fully rectify and remedy the misconduct.
Every individual in the Alliance will play a role in the success of our mission.
Our Mission, in detail:
Pro Se Alliance is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity. Our mission will evolve over time to fulfill our five tax-exempt purposes.
The Alliance will educate Americans who wish to act “pro se” (in one’s own behalf) in legal matters. In furtherance of this tax exempt purpose, the Alliance will provide online educational materials, such as ebooks, articles and tutorials, and other online instruction and ongoing education to the public, in how to represent themselves in legal matters.
The Alliance will also:
Provide free services to the poor: To further both our educational and charitable purposes, Pro Se Alliance will offer free services to the poor via its website, and in the future volunteers will help the poor locally, in any way possible, to prepare for whatever they need on the legal front, whether it be document preparation, filing proper paperwork, tutoring in the basics of the law, understanding court orders, etc. The Alliance will also establish a referral network of free or low-cost local services.
Assist victims of injustice in the judicial system: As part of its charitable purpose, the Alliance will assist victims of injustice and neglected crime victims in preparing complaints and in gathering evidence for investigators, will refer victims to appropriate authorities, and will oversee the implementation of crime victim services and other services in the civil and criminal justice systems. Project #1 at THE PEOPLE’S BRANCH was launched by Pro Se Alliance in November 2016 and is currently underway for this purpose.
Educate the public on new forms of child abuse and domestic violence: As part of its educational and charitable purposes and to fulfill its purpose for the prevention of cruelty to children, the Alliance will educate the public on “Parental Alienation” and other forms of child abuse and domestic violence being perpetuated in family law matters, will formulate programs to deal with the abuses, will advocate for the prevention of these forms of cruelty against children and parents, and, in some severe cases, will put abusive parents on notice and will take whatever legal action necessary to end the abuses and to set precedence for other victims similarly situated.
Educate (expose), investigate and litigate official misconduct: In furtherance of its educational and charitable purposes, the Alliance will keep the public informed about official misconduct in their area and how to deal with it; will investigate complaints of, and assist in investigations of, widespread official misconduct; and will take whatever legal action necessary to end widespread or systemic misconduct, to fully rectify and remedy the misconduct, and to hold offending local, state, and federal government officials and offices accountable to the people. Project #1 at THE PEOPLE’S BRANCH is currently underway for this purpose.
As the Alliance grows, its supporters will refine our mission, as it best fits their local communities, but in keeping with its tax-exempt purposes. At the same time, the Alliance will work together with the founder to setup another nonprofit — THE PEOPLE’S BRANCH — which will, like Pro Se Alliance, have a mission that will compliment both organizations.
See OUR VISION for more information.