Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida (CLSMF) has partnered with the City of Ormond Beach to offer free quarterly workshops to interested individuals.
The next quarterly workshop topic is Elder Smart. The purpose is to educate elders about common types of financial scams they may run into, and how to protect themselves from them. The workshop will be held on Thursday, March 2, from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in Conference Room 103 in City Hall located at 22 S. Beach Street. Conference Room 103 is located just before the elevator on the first floor when entering City Hall from the breezeway between the Library and City Hall.
During each workshop, a specific legal topic will be presented by a pro bono attorney. After the presentation, individuals can get their generic questions answered.
If attendees wish to meet one-on-one with a pro bono attorney regarding their specific situation, they will need to indicate so on the sign-in sheet upon their arrival and they will be contacted at a later date, by phone, to have an intake completed to establish eligibility for services. Intakes will not be completed at the quarterly workshops. Attendees who wish to have a one-on-one meeting with a pro bono attorney are encouraged to speak with Julie Rademacher, Pro Bono Coordinator, after the workshop has concluded.