SC Bar offers free legal clinics in the Midlands

Local attorneys to speak on a variety of legal issues

COLUMBIA, S.C. (Aug. 27, 2018)—The SC Bar Public Services Division will sponsor four free legal clinics in the Midlands in September. The schedule is as follows:

Sept. 5—End of Life Issues, including health care power of attorney, living wills, DNR orders, funeral planning and cremation, presented by Sarah L. Clingman. The clinic will be from 6 to 7 p.m. at Richland Eastover Branch Library (608 Main St., Eastover 29044).

Sept. 11—Family Law Issues, including divorce, custody, visitation and support, presented by Bryn C. Sarvis. The clinic will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Pelion Branch Library (206 Pine St., Pelion 29123).

Sept. 20—Wills, Estates, and Probate, presented by Sarah L. Clingman. The clinic will be from 6 to 7 p.m. at Cooper Branch Library (5317 N. Trenholm Rd., Columbia 29206).

Sept. 25—End of Life Issues, including health care power of attorney, living wills, DNR orders, funeral planning and cremation, presented by L.A. “Smokey” Brown Jr. The clinic will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Richland Ballentine Branch Library (1200 Dutch Fork Rd., Irmo 29063).

These seminars are free for anyone who would like to attend. The format typically consists of an overview followed by a question and answer session. A schedule of other upcoming seminars is available online at www.scbar.org/clinics.

Legal clinics are designed to provide general legal information on the topic presented. They are not designed to provide guidance on your specific situation. If you need legal advice on a specific situation, you should consult with an attorney outside of the clinic setting.

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