Free legal aid clinics to be held for low-income families in Kentucky

A $30,000 grant from the Kentucky Bar Foundation will help low-income families get legal advice regarding family court.

Those who qualify can talk one-on-one with local lawyers, for free, on issues regarding divorce, child custody and other family at an upcoming domestic relations clinic.

Advanced registration is required to attend the clinic, because only those who are eligible can attend. You must be at or below the poverty line and have children to qualify. To register, call 1-866-452-9243.

McCracken County’s Domestic Relation’s Clinic will be at the McCracken County Public Library on Sept. 17 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Other clinics will be held in Daviess and Warren Counties. Call the number above for more details.

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