(KCPW–July 9, 2013) Most people find themselves in need of legal help sometime in their lives. The reasons can range from navigating a divorce, child custody, a landlord tenant dispute, bankruptcy or any number of issues. But lawyers are expensive, often costing $200 per hour or more. Utah Legal Services and the Utah Bar Association are putting in place programs they hope will make access to legal help easier for Utahns. KCPW Reporter Kim Schuske has this story.
Utah Legal Services
Modest Means Program
Legal Aid Organizations
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