WE CAN Offers Legal Consultations to Women in Bourne

First session is July 16th

Harwich Port, MA – WE CAN, Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking, an organization dedicated to helping Cape Cod women achieve lasting positive change for themselves and their families, is expanding services on the Upper Cape. 

Lisa Guyon, WE CAN Executive Director today announced One to One Legal Consultations will begin evenings in Bourne.  These FREE and confidential 30-minute consults provide expertise in a variety of legal matters including, but not limited to family law as well as wills and estates.  This is in addition to the One to One consult service currently offered through The Falmouth Service Center in Falmouth.

“We are delighted to be able to continue to expand our services on the Upper Cape,” said Ms. Guyon.  “WE CAN offers work support, financial guidance and legal services to women who find themselves in need or transition.  This is just one more step in goal our to expand our footprint on the Upper Cape.”

Bourne legal consults will be held at the Jonathan Bourne Public Library, 19 Sandwich Road in Bourne with Attorneys Michael Suarez and Nicole Norkevicius. 

Dates are:

  • July 16, 5-7pm
  • August 20, 5-7pm
  • September 17, 5-7pm
  • October 15, 5-7pm.

Contact WE CAN to register:  508-430-8111.

Additionally, WE CAN offers the PathMakers mentoring program in Falmouth and a new service for Immigration Legal Consults in Harwich.  More details about all WE CAN programs can be found on www.wecancenter.org or by calling the WE CAN office.

 


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