Law in the Library: Free legal clinic for seniors returns to downtown Ft. Myers

Law in the Library: Free legal clinic for seniors returns to downtown Ft. Myers

Lee County Legal Aid Society teams with AARP for quarterly sessions open to those ages 50 and older; 20-minute individual consultations available on any topic

A free legal clinic for Ft. Myers seniors in need of no-cost, limited legal advice is returning to downtown.

Law at the Library is a quarterly conversation sponsored by Lee County Legal Aid Society with support from AARP Foundation.

The next session is scheduled for Wednesday, May 1, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Ft. Myers Regional Library meeting room at 1651 Lee St., and is open to Lee County residents ages 50 and older.

A panel of three local attorneys will review several topics in civil law of interest to seniors, including landlord-tenant disputes; elder law; filing a case in small claims court; and issues stemming from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, including post-disaster insurance claims and contractor fraud.

The panel’s 30-minute presentation will be followed by an audience question-and-answer session and then 20-minute individual appointments on any legal issue. Advance registration is required. Participants should email [email protected] with contact information, a brief description of the legal advice being sought, and any relevant documents.

Law at the Library follows a similar series of free legal workshops “Just for Seniors” offered by Lee County Legal Aid Society in prior years through support from The Community Foundation.

For more information on Lee County Legal Aid Society, visit or call 239-334-6118.

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