Free ask-a-lawyer clinic Wednesday

Sky-Hi News Staff Report
Maxine LaBarre-Krostue.
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Call the District Clerk to make an appointment 970-725-3357

Walk-ins allowed if space is available.

Maxine LaBarre-Krostue is an attorney who works with the Access to Justice committee in Grand County. Part of this program allows resident to get free help from a lawyer on civil matters including divorce, custody, protection orders, landlord-tenant problems, foreclosures and bankruptcy and debt problems.

On Wednesday, June 8 LaBarre-Krostue is available for appointments from 3 to 5 p.m. to offer free legal help.

To prepare for the 15-minute meeting she asks people to bring all documents you want to use to provide a defense in court.

“Our job is to help you get ready to go to court,” she said.

LaBarre-Krostue has been in the legal field her entire career starting as a paralegal and then being a part of the child support enforcement group. She received her law degree in 2008 and is currently in private practice in Grand County. She is the Guardian ad Litem for the 14th Judicial District. Additionally she is a contract attorney for legal aid and volunteers at the Ask a Lawyer sessions at the Granby Senior Center. She has lived in Grand County since 1989.

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