To thank those working hard during these trying times for their dedication, service and courage, the Lee County Legal Aid Society is offering free legal services to frontline heroes.
The free services focus on helping and improving the lives of children by creating Powers of Attorney for legal, medical and education matters during a time when all first responders have been there for our community because of COVID-19. These essential frontline workers include those who work in medical care and supplies, food services and delivery, farm workers, sanitation services, transportation and law enforcement.
Frontline service providers can go to the Lee County Legal Aid Society website at www.LeeCountyLegalAid.org and click on the banner to apply for assistance.
“Lee County Legal Aid Society wanted to demonstrate our appreciation for those members of the community who are finding ways to do their jobs safely every day to make all the rest of our lives possible,” said Andrew Banyai, Esq., executive director of the Lee County Legal Aid Society.
For more information, email Nanci DuBois at nanci@LeeCountyLegalAid.org.