Legal Aid grant helps those who represent self
Wednesday, April 28, 2004
- Organization: The Leaf Chronicle
"Grant money is helping the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee initiate new programs to assist people representing themselves in some court cases. Legal Aid has started a new class geared toward parents with custody and visitation legal issues but are not represented by an attorney. With the program's help, the parents will be able to file necessary court paperwork to petition the court for visitation rights, said Legal Aid staff attorney Christine Zellar Church." To view the entire text of this article, click on the link provided.