A representative from the Self Help Law Program will visit Libby 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 26, so long as appointments are scheduled in advance.
According to a news release, the representative can provide free forms and information on legal resources to litigants representing themselves in matters including divorce, name change, stepparent adoption, custody, child support, debt collection and eviction.
Appointments can be made by calling 406-758-2496.
Walk-in appointments might be accepted if time allows and after people with appointments have been served.
The representative will meet with people in the law library on the second floor of the Lincoln County Courthouse at 512 California Ave. in Libby.
According to Barb Benson, senior law clerk for 19th Judicial District Court, the representative will resume a regular schedule of coming to Libby the second Thursday of each month starting in June.