Classes & Clinics
Watch this space for a schedule of legal clinics that offer an opportunity to residents to learn more about their legal matters, such as such as landlord-tenant or consumer law issues. The clinics are an opportunity for your to meet and speak with local attorneys about civil matters. Clinics are not intended for people seeking help with criminal matters. It is not guaranteed that all questions can be answered. Advice will be given on seeking further assistance when necessary. No attorney-client relationships will be formed at the clinics.
Self Help Divorce Clinic: Hancock County
September 8, 2016
Hancock County Common Pleas Courthouse, First Floor Conference Rooms
300 South Main Street, Findlay, OH 45840
If you do not have an attorney AND qualify for Legal Aid assistance, you can get help with completing Domestic Relations Court forms for a divorce.
- Attorneys at this clinic are available for general information on domestic relations forms only.
- Clinic attorneys do not represent you.
- If you need legal representation you may be referred to LAWO or an attorney referral service.
To pre-enroll or ask questions regarding the clinic, contact
the Findlay office of LAWO at (419) 425-5745.