Superior Court of California
County of Riverside
4075 Main Street, Suite 310 ó Riverside, CA 92501
NEWS For Immediate Release
January 29, 2003
Contact: John Labriola
Family Law Facilitator Attorney
Court Offers Seniors Free Family Law Advice
Sun City – You can check out more than a book from the Sun City public library on two
Saturdays a month. For seniors and others who may have difficulty getting to a local
courthouse for assistance, the Riverside County Superior Court is offering a new service in the
Sun City area beginning February 1, 2003.
A Family Law Facilitator Attorney is available for appointments on a “first come, first
served” basis on the first and third Saturdays of each month from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the
County’s Public Library in Sun City. The address is 26982 Cherry Hills Blvd.
This new program is offered by the Court as a public service and there is no charge.
Facilitator Attorney John Labriola is a representative of the Superior Court and not serving in
any private capacity.
Riverside County Superior Court
Free Family Law Service
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Mr. Labriola can assist those not represented by an attorney with legal advice, as well as
assistance in completing forms, in all areas of Family Law including Grandparent Visitation,
Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, Guardianships, Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation,
Custody/Visitation and District Attorney Support Collections.
Those with legal problems in other areas may be referred to other county agencies for
assistance with their particular issues.
The Riverside County Superior Court employs three Facilitator Attorneys who work in
the Indio, Temecula, Hemet and downtown Riverside Family Law courthouses. The Sun City
project is part of the Court’s ongoing efforts to extend its services to the community.
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