Help for people who have to represent themselves in civil matters has taken on a new look, and it’s not a suit.
Students at the University of Georgia—working with professors and Athens area volunteer lawyers—launched a website this month to help pro se litigants learn the terms and find the forms they need. The website complements a legal clinic in the courthouse—and popup clinics in the community—teaching a do-it-yourself approach to addressing needs such as protective orders, divorce, child support and establishing parental rights and responsibilities, the university said in an announcement.
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