Kane County's law library to temporarily close

Updated 11/24/2020 3:30 PM

The Kane County Law Library and Self-Help Legal Center, located in the Kane County Judicial Center, will be closed Nov. 30 to Feb. 1 due to concerns about COVID-19.

But services will be available by phone, email, social media and a chat service.


"People can still ask us for help in how to attend Zoom court, how to start a legal case, how to find basic legal forms, how to look for an attorney, how to e-file, etc.," Halle Cox. the library director, said in a news release.

The free call-in Divorce and Family Law Help service also will continue for people representing themselves. For more information, call (630) 406-7126 or visit kclawlibrary.org.

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