Three Rivers Legal Services - Lake City

334 NW Lake City Avenue
Lake City, FL - 32055
Phone Number: (386) 752-5960
Fax Number: (386) 752-5999



Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. is a local, non-profit corporation which provides free civil legal services to low-income, eligible clients. The mission is to provide quality legal assistance to the poor, abused, disabled and elderly of North Florida and to empower and educate them through preventive legal education.

Serving: Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor Counties



Mission Statement: to provide quality legal assistance to the poor, abused, disabled and elderly and to empower through preventive legal education.

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I'm a senior citizen.  where I live a man has filed an adverse possession.  what are my rights?
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I'm a senior citizen. where I live a man has filed an adverse possession. what are my rights?

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2020-04-20 13:54:11

Hello. My name is April Williams and I need advice on what to do now that my brother has been arrested. He was arrested on a felony battery. All I know it was some kind of fight that went on with his family. He is a veteran and an alcoholic and has never been to jail. What do I need to do? I do not have money to bail him out and I am trying for him not to lose his job.

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