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Kansas Legal Services is planning its annual Trivia Nights for October, 2024.  Please save the dates to join in and participate in one of the most fun nights of the year!         
Kansas Legal Services is pleased to announce that we will be providing legal assistance to low income Kansans at the Franklin County Self Help Center once a month. We will have an attorney at the Franklin County District Courthouse, 301 S Main, Ottawa, KS, on the third Tuesday of every month to process applications, give legal advice and provide extended services. When will this service be available? An attorney will be at the help center from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month.
Click on the circle below of the legal area you want to explore.  If your topic isn't here or if you aren't sure what you want, go here. The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has a good video about asking for Legal Advice or Legal Information?, how to tell the difference.
7th Judicial District Click on the circle below of the legal area you want to explore.  If your topic isn't here or if you aren't sure what you want, go here. The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has a good video about asking for Legal Advice or Legal Information?, how to tell the difference.
Click on the circle below of the legal area you want to explore.  If your topic isn't here or if you aren't sure what you want, go here. The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has a good video about asking for Legal Advice or Legal Information?, how to tell the difference.
People in Wyandotte County who need legal help but can’t afford an attorney can now help themselves -- either by representing themselves or by taking advantage of a free attorney at the new Wyandotte County Self-Help Center.
Kansas Legal Services offers five different videos to help you help yourself with different legal issues!   7:05
3rd Judicial District of Kansas Click on the circle below of the legal area you want to explore.  If your topic isn't here or if you aren't sure what you want, go here. The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has a good video about asking for Legal Advice or Legal Information?, how to tell the difference.
Kansas Legal Services wants to help Kansans who need legal services, but we also want to help Kansans who decide to represent themselves in court. We have put together two videos.  One video describes the best ways to get ready to go to court.  The other video tells you what to expect once you are actually in court. Please view either video, or both, and give us your feedback in one or more of the links below.
Sixth Judicial District  Click on the circle below of the legal area you want to explore.  If your topic isn't here or if you aren't sure what you want, go here.  The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has a good video about asking for Legal Advice or Legal Information?, how to tell the difference.

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