Law for Lunch at Richmond Library
Thursday 30 July 2015
Do you have questions about wills and estates? Do you understand how relationship property law works? Find out the answers to these and many other questions at Richmond Library’s Law for Lunch series of lunchtime talks in August.
Peter Riley from Nelson Bays Community Law Service will be presenting three sessions over three weeks at Richmond Library.
“We see these sessions being a really valuable addition to the range of programmes and information the library offers” says Libraries Manager Glennis Coote. “Partnering with Community Law Service means Tasman people can get up to date accurate legal information from experts”.
Two sessions will cover different aspects of wills, estates and powers of attorney while the third session will look at relationship property law. All delivered in easy to understand, user-friendly language.
You’re welcome to come along to all sessions or just one. Feel free to bring your lunch or grab a coffee and a bite to eat from the Library Café.
The weekly sessions start on Thursday 13 August and all run from 12.00 – 1.00pm.