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From the Family Law Information Centre
Free family law help is available in Prince Albert this fall! Have a family law problem?
Drop in for free one-on-one assistance with a volunteer lawyer at one of our walk-in sessions at the Prince Albert Public Library, John M. Cuelenaere Branch, 125 12th St E. The sessions will be on the following dates:
No appointment or registration required! At the session, a volunteer lawyer will provide assistance and information. Please note that we don’t provide any legal advice or representation at these sessions.
Contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888- 218-2822 (extension 2) to get help outside of these sessions or to learn more.
These sessions are offered in partnership by the Government of Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice, Law Society of Saskatchewan, Pro Bono Students Canada, and the Prince Albert Public Library.