The Fort Worth Library, Tarrant County Bar Association, and Texas A&M School of Law teamed up this spring to educate library patrons in Fort Worth on relevant legal issues and point to available resources.
The education series will conclude 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 20, with a presentation at the Central Library in downtown Fort Worth from Judge Steven Owen. The focus: paternity establishment, child support, and possession and access issues stemming from paternity cases.
Throughout April and May, presentations were given on family law, immigration law, elder law, low-income tax issues, and veterans’ legal rights and services. Lectures came from attorney Carlos Rocha, of Texas A&M; attorney Mireya Granados, of Legal Aid of Northwest Texas; and veteran William Rivera-Vasquez.
For more information, go to fortworthtexas.gov/library/programs/legalseries.