Summit County will host the Ohio Justice Bus, a one-stop shop for legal aid service and court access, on March 15.
The event will be from 11 am to 3 pm at the Akron Bar Association, 57 S. Broadway St. in Akron.
The Ohio Justice Bus provides technology to help address the legal needs of underserved people and is aimed at improving financial security, health and safety.
Summit County Domestic Relations Judge Katarina Cook said those who attend can meet with an attorney for free, file their paperwork and see a judge in the same day.
The domestic court is collaborating with the Summit County Child Support Enforcement Agency, Community Legal Aid, the Victim Assistant Program and Asian Services in Akron.
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Attorneys are needed to assist with the event. Anyone interested may contact Paul Henry, the court’s community outreach director, at 330-643-7845 or [email protected].
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