If you’re looking for some legal advice and information, you’re sure to find it at the Main branch of the Oakland Public Library. And, guess what? It’s free!
Tomorrow, from 6pm to 8pm, the Alameda County Bar Association (ACBA) will be at the Main branch to provide free legal information and to refer residents to lawyers.
Dates and times are subject to change and the Oakland Public Library advises to call in advance. Beginning at 5:45pm, there will be a lottery to save your spot for the ACBA visit. For more information, you can contact the Main Information Desk at (510) 238-3134.
The ACBA has been around since 1877. Today, this organization houses about 2,200 students, lawyers, judges, and other legal workers. In tough times like these, knowing the services the ACBA as to offer could be a great benefit to many whether one needs assistance with bankruptcy, foreclosures, tax issues,disputing charges, arbitration and much more.
With bankruptcy claims rising to the downturn in the economy, there is sure to be a great deal of valuable information to absorb from the ACBA visit. This organization also hosts informational events throughout the year. Be sure to check out the calendar on their website and find ways to get help or get informed.