The Texas Legal Services Center and Legal Aid of Northwest Texas with funding from the Texas Bar Foundation will hold a second clinic on from 1-4 p.m. Monday, April 10, at the Stephenville Public Library.

The project, called the Rural Clinics Pilot Project, gives residents the chance to receive free legal advice on a variety of civil matters including divorce, custody, child support, eviction, foreclosure and debt collection.

“Through the project, Stephenville residents can again get free face-to-face legal advice from a licensed attorney over video chat on the internet,” states a release from the Texas Legal Services Center.

Residents should call 817-339-5320 to make an appointment for their free 30-minute video chat.

“On the appointment day, those who have preregistered should go to the library at the specified time where a librarian will direct the person to a computer station and help start the video conference. Scanners and printers will be available to assist with the advice session,” the release states. “Appointments are limited, so interested residents should call soon to reserve their spot.”