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|Elder Law Hotline Volunteer|
Join other Kansas attorneys in providing legal services to Kansans, age 60 and older. The Kansas Elder Law Hotline is a project of Kansas Legal Services, Inc. The Hotline is available to persons who live in Kansas and are age 60 or older. There is no income eligibility for callers to participate in this program. Volunteers can expect to talk to clients of widely varying economic and social backgrounds. The Hotline provides Kansas senior citizens access to an attorney willing to advise them about legal issues and may also refer them to other resources for additional assistance. You might get a call that does not match your experience/expertise; however, we provide a Frequently Asked Question Guide (online) to help you with those callers. The Elder Law Hotline schedules a three and ½ hour block of time every other month. You are notified in advance and can trade or turn down the time slot. Calls will be transferred to your office, along with demographic information about each client.
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