In the spirit of upholding the constitution and observing the customer service month, the Law Society of Kenya is offering free legal services to members of the public across the country from 12th-16th October 2020.
The event will be held under the theme; Securing Constitutionalism & the Rule of Law: Reflection on 10 years of the Kenyan Constitution.
The event’s mandate is to extend literacy and offer advice on various questions of the law. It will be observed in various stations across the nation including:
- The Milimani Law Courts Parking lot
- The Kiambu law courts
- Thika law courts
- Machakos law courts
- Kisii law courts
- Mombasa law courts and;
- All law society of Kenya branches countrywide.
Members of the public are advised to visit these and other stations to receive free information and services from lawyers on matters ranging from
- Criminal matters such as defilement, robbery, murder, and fraud
- Family matters such as divorce, child custody, and maintenance
- Civil matters such as land disputes, employment disputes such as wrongful termination, landlord/tenant disputes, personal injury lawsuits, probate, and succession.
- Conveyancing (also known as the sale and purchase of land), obtaining title deeds, letters of allotment, and certificates of title.
Overall, the event will cover these and any other legal issues and questions from members of the public at no cost at all. Take advantage and visit the stations mentioned above.
For more information contact Muthoni Mukuura (Advocate of the High Court)