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Fee for Service Program

The Fee for Service Program supports small businesses who need immediate legal assistance or who do not qualify for the Pro Bono Project and the SBLC Intern Program. For Profit clients must still qualify based on income, whereas qualification of non-profit businesses is based on annual budget/revenue. The Fee for Service Program also supports non-profit corporations and cooperatives with formation, compliance of regulations, board liability and other issues uniquely faced by non-profit and cooperative corporations.

Fee For Service Attorney Martha Taylor (middle in red) at FHDC’s groundbreaking for Garden City Apartments in Silverton, OR.  Construction began in June 2016. Garden City is targeted to farmworkers and their families earning less than 70% AMI. The complex will contain twelve (12) two-bedroom units and eight (8) three-bedroom units, including an onsite resident manager.


The Fee for Service Program helped with the improvements for The Julian Hotel Apartments, a historic apartment building located in downtown Corvallis that provides affordable studio and one-bedroom rentals to elderly or disabled households who qualify and are earning 50% or below the area median income (AMI) in Benton County.