From the State Bar of Arizona, 12 News and the Arizona Republic, news about some Arizona lawyers who are offering their services pro bono this afternoon (links to attorney websites are provided where available):

The State Bar of Arizona and 12 News will team up today to help answer legal questions about divorce and child-support issues, for free.

Arizonans who have divorce and child-custody questions can call 602-258-1212 from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Bar association will provide eight volunteer attorneys who are trained in family-law issues.

Callers are asked to limit questions to that area of law.

The volunteer attorneys are Kiilu Davis, Jan M. Buescher, Jennifer Moshier, Falynn S. Baum, Gilbert B. Weiner, Laura Gillis, Nancy L. Khiel and Paul C. Riggs.

On Thursday, a similar panel of attorneys will answer divorce and child-support questions from Spanish-speaking residents on Univision 33 from 5 to 7 p.m. Spanish-speaking residents can call 602-232-3535.

The complete story (to share with those who could benefit most) is here.

The State Bar of Arizona hosts another in its series of successful lawyer-volunteer events this evening. “Lawyers on Call,” the successful longtime partnership with Phoenix’s 12 News KPNX TV, will focus tonight on divorce and child support. Read the Arizona Republic story here.

The event is held the first Tuesday of every month. As always, people with questions may call 602-258-1212 from 5 to 7 p.m.

I wrote before about the event and its remarkable track record of service to the public. That story includes the Bar’s upcoming roster of topics through the end of the year.

Congratulations and thanks to tonight’s volunteer lawyers (click on their names for more information):

    (The news story spelled one lawyer’s name wrong; it’s not Heidi Kukascik, but Lukacsik.)