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U.Va. law school to host clinic for low-income families (access required)

Starting this fall, the University of Virginia law school will offer a clinic designed to help low-income families resolve legal issues through mediation or other options outside of a courtroom. The yearlong Family Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic will focus primarily on custody, divorce, visitation and support issues. The clinic will partner with the Mediation Center of Charlottesville, ...

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  1. Are there pro bono custody/visitiation services available to low-income families in the Prince William County area? I have researched/contacted the following Potomac Legal Aid in Falls Church. There services are limted to domestic violences cases.

    Your prompt response is greatly appreciated.

    ~NR

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