Another person in his or her 30s posted the same thing a few weeks ago. Going back to school for an undergraduate degree, then for law school.
If you have kids, you may want to think about taking some online classes if possible.You can do them at your own pace and that way when you have a lot of free time you can put all your time into that. And best of all you can do them at home.
You may also want to consider clepping some classes. Basic requirements for things like literature and math can be clepped, which basically means you study the subject, take a test and get the credit for the course without having to spend a whole 4-5 months going over it.
Summer classes are condensed. I know at my school there was a 3 credit course taught everyday from 8-12 or so for only three weeks.
If you do summer classes, online courses, and/or clep a few courses then you should be able to graduate early. Especially with a semester already under your belt.
The average age for entering most law schools is somewhere around the mid twenties meaning there should be variety of people above and below that age.
If you have work experience that's great and will help you not only with admissions, but with getting a job after school. Some top schools like Northwestern have such a strong preference for people with work experience that those straight out of school are at a disadvantage. I can only speak from what I've read but many legal employers seem to prefer hiring people who aren't straight out of school because of maturity etc.