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Last week, I was tapped to serve as the co-chair of the 2018-2019 United Way campaign alongside fellow board member Robert Shearman. I am incredibly honored to give back to our community through this role, and I'm excited to take on this challenge with you by my side. This year, our goal is to raise $10.3 million for the United Way's nearly 100 partner agencies that provide vital services to our citizens. Learn how you can donate and get involved.
The Clerk's office is excited to announce we are partnering with the Lee County Legal Aid Society to provide free attorney consultations each Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Self-Help Center beginning June 5.
Attorneys will be able to assist you for up to 15 minutes with civil or family legal matters, including divorce, child support and alimony. They will also be able to assist with domestic violence injunctions, name changes, small claims, foreclosures, and evictions. If you need legal guidance, walk in or schedule an appointment by calling 239-533-5000. 

Several Clerk employees and their families joined Clerk Doggett at the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life last month. Our team raised $1,906 and helped create awareness of this important cause during the Downtown relay event. All of the $160,355 raised helps fund groundbreaking cancer research, critical patient care services, and education and prevention initiatives.
The Clerk's office has proudly partnered with the Supervisor of Elections since December 2013 to help educate the community and potential jurors about the importance of voting. The Supervisor's representatives assist with voter registration, provide vote-by-mail materials, update addresses, change party affiliations, and provide poll worker information. 


Save the Dates for our 2018 free legal clinics presented by Florida Rural Legal Services. For more information, email Rita Miller at
  • Small Claims Court Clinic, June 5, 10 a.m. at the Clerk's Office
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