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Legal advice center opened in Bratislava

THE FIRST center to offer free legal advice to indigent clients was opened in Bratislava yesterday.

The center will serve only those whose net income is lower than 1.4 times the subsistence level, the Pravda daily wrote, and will provide advice on family, employment, civil, and cross border disputes.

Similar centers will be opened in other Slovak towns as well.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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