Oklahomans can call lawyer, get legal advice for free on Law Day

STORY. MONDAY DAY IS LAW DAY IN OKLAHOMA. IT’S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ANYONE TO CALL A LAWYER AND GET LEGAL ADVICE FOR FREE. IF YOU’VE GOT A QUESTION, YOU CAN CALL IN ON MONDAY AND WE’LL TRY TO GET AN ANSWER FOR YOU. MORE THAN 100 OKLAHOMA ATTORNEYS WILL BE WAITING BY THE PHONE, READY TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS. SOME COMMON ONES. I HAVE A RELATIVE WHO DIED AND THEY OWNED SOME PROPERTY. WHAT DO I DO? OR, FOR EXAMPLE, I’M FACING POTENTIALLY EVICTION. AND WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS OR FAMILY LAW ISSUES COME UP A LOT. I’M AGAIN, I’M I’M AFRAID OF MY SIGNIFICANT OTHER. WHAT CAN I DO EVEN IF IT IS NOT THE BIGGEST ISSUE IN YOUR LIFE? I MEAN, THEY CAN BE JUST SOMETHING WEIGHING ON YOUR MIND. PHONE LINES WILL BE OPEN FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. THIS IS THE NUMBER YOU NEED TO CALL. 405 4294290. IF YOU CAN’T CALL, YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL. ASK A LAWYER A

Law Day in Oklahoma is opportunity for anyone to call lawyer, get legal advice for free

You can get free legal advice during the ‘Ask a Lawyer’ event.

Monday is Law Day in Oklahoma, and it is an opportunity for anyone to call a lawyer and get legal advice for free.You can get free legal advice during the ‘Ask a Lawyer’ event. The event has been held every year for the last 47 years and this year, they’re expecting thousands of calls.>> Download the KOCO 5 App”If you’ve got a question, call in on Monday and we’ll try to get an answer for you,” Ed Wunch, chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association Law Day Committee said.More than 100 Oklahoma attorneys will be waiting by the phone, ready to answer your questions.”Some common ones are, ‘I have a relative who died, and they owned some property. What do I do?’ Or, ‘I’m facing eviction. What are my rights?’ Or family law, ‘I’m afraid of my significant other. What do I do?’ Even if it’s not the biggest issue in your life, it can be just something weighing on your mind,” Wunch said.Get the latest news stories of interest by clicking here.Phone lines will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. You can call (405) 429-4290 or email them at [email protected]”There’s so much fear of the unknown and it’s not always that we are going to be able to tell you, ‘Hey, yes, there’s an easy way to take care of that,’ but at least knowing what your options are we are really able to put people’s minds at ease,” Wunch said.Don’t forget, it’s all free.Top HeadlinesMike Rowe calls OKC restaurant’s burger ‘possibly the best hamburger ever made’Ranch offers unique way to interact, relax with Scottish Highland calves in OklahomaOU student organizers explain inspiration for Fill the Stadium event in NormanPolice search for suspect after two people stabbed in Oklahoma City overnightGov. Kevin Stitt vetoes NIL bill amid battle with Senate

Monday is Law Day in Oklahoma, and it is an opportunity for anyone to call a lawyer and get legal advice for free.

You can get free legal advice during the ‘Ask a Lawyer’ event. The event has been held every year for the last 47 years and this year, they’re expecting thousands of calls.

>> Download the KOCO 5 App

“If you’ve got a question, call in on Monday and we’ll try to get an answer for you,” Ed Wunch, chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association Law Day Committee said.

More than 100 Oklahoma attorneys will be waiting by the phone, ready to answer your questions.

“Some common ones are, ‘I have a relative who died, and they owned some property. What do I do?’ Or, ‘I’m facing eviction. What are my rights?’ Or family law, ‘I’m afraid of my significant other. What do I do?’ Even if it’s not the biggest issue in your life, it can be just something weighing on your mind,” Wunch said.

Get the latest news stories of interest by clicking here.

Phone lines will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. You can call (405) 429-4290 or email them at [email protected]

“There’s so much fear of the unknown and it’s not always that we are going to be able to tell you, ‘Hey, yes, there’s an easy way to take care of that,’ but at least knowing what your options are we are really able to put people’s minds at ease,” Wunch said.

Don’t forget, it’s all free.


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