Registration open for free Community Law School

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Tricky Topics Made Easier:
Topics like debt, mortgage foreclosures, and wills and advance directives are never easy to think about or discuss, but can be critical. 

The Knox Bar Association's free Community Law School registration is open to the public, one week ahead of their event on March 16th.

What you need to know:
The seminars offered through the Community Law School program will educate local residents about how to protect themselves against fraud, make sure their wishes are observed at important moments, and provide them with peace of mind regarding healthcare and financial decisions.

The Community Law School is a public education program sponsored by the Knoxville Bar Association that offers free seminars on areas of the law that concern every citizen.

People interested in attending the "Wills & Estates" program will attend from 9:00 - 10:45 a.m. The Community Law School will also offer a session from 11:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. entitled "Consumer Rights & Responsibilities: Protect Yourself and Your Assets." Learn about legislation aimed to help vulnerable consumers avoid foreclosure and steer clear of rescue scams.

How to register:
To register, call the Knox Bar Association at 865-522-6522 or register online and view directions at www.knoxbar.org

The program, formerly known as the "People's Law School", has seen more than 5,000 graduates over the last seventeen years.

Both sessions of the Community Law School will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at the O'Connor Senior Center (611 Winona Street).

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