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From Family Law Information Centre
Free family law help is available throughout Saskatchewan this winter and spring! Have a family law problem?
We can answer your questions. Drop in for free one-on-one assistance with a volunteer lawyer at one of our walk-in sessions in Meadow Lake, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, or Saskatoon:
No appointment or registration is required! A volunteer lawyer will meet with you at the session to provide hands-on assistance and information in a supportive environment. We do not provide legal advice or representation at these sessions.
Contact us anytime at email@example.com or 1-888- 218-2822 (extension 2) to get help outside these sessions or learn more.
These sessions are offered in partnership with the Government of Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice, Law Society of Saskatchewan, Meadow Lake Salvation Army, Prince Albert Public Library, Pro Bono Students Canada, and the Saskatoon Public Library.