Got legal troubles? Get free legal advice in Baltimore on Saturday

October 27, 2011|Eileen Ambrose

 

On Saturday — Oct. 29th — Marylanders with legal problems can meet one-on-one with lawyers volunteering at a free legal clinic. The lawyers will deal with civil, not criminal issues. Topics that can be addressed:

Divorce and child support, foreclosure, landlord and tenant disputes, bankruptcy, government benefits and wills and advance directives.

The program runs 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Legal Aid, 500 E. Lexington St. in Baltimore. Consumers should bring relevant documents to the event.

For more information on the free advice, call 410-539-5936, extension 102. Or send queries by email to info@baltimorebar.org.

Those interested in legal consultation about foreclosures should contact the Pro Bono Resource Center at 1-800-396-1274 to pre-register.

The event is held in cooperation with the Bar Association of Baltimore City, Maryland Legal Aid, Legal Services for the Elderly, Maryland State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland and the Young Lawyers’ Division of the Bar Association of Baltimore City.

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