Free workshops on community legal education @ your library

Want to learn about wills, power of attorney or enduring guardianship? Maybe you’re interested in issues dealing with family violence or victim rights? Book yourself into the Library’s community legal talks on Wednesday, 15 June and Thursday, 16 June 10:30am to midday presented by Hawkesbury Nepean Community Legal Centre at Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street Windsor.

The Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor Kim Ford, said people don’t often know where to start when facing legal issues for the first time.

“For many people, they may need legal information for the first time in their life when facing a situation such enduring guardianship,” Councillor Ford said.

“Community legal education can help people to anticipate or avoid legal problems and deal with legal issues more effectively by knowing when and where to get expert help,” he added.

Both free workshops are designed for the general public but bookings are essential – call 4560 4460 or email [email protected] with your name(s), contact number and the name of the event that you wish to attend.