Virtual Pro Bono Life Planning Clinic (Virtual Event)
- 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
- Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- By: Pennsylvania Bar Association Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section, SeniorLAW Center
- Wills / Estates
The Pennsylvania Bar Association Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section (RPPT) in conjunction with the SeniorLAW Center of Philadelphia, is hosting its first pro bono life planning clinic for seniors virtually via Zoom on August 10, 2021 at 9 :00 AM.
Volunteer attorneys will partner with SeniorLAW Center to draft simple advance planning documents, focused on health care and financial decision-making for their clients. Consider joining your colleagues for this inaugural event.
No experience drafting wills or other estate planning documents? Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Training will be provided prior to and on the day of the event. Each volunteer attorney will be partnered with another volunteer attorney to meet virtually via Zoom with clients and draft documents for them. SeniorLAW Center Staff and RPPT estate and trust practitioners will be available as a resource to answer questions and assist as needed.
SeniorLAW Center is an independent 501(c)(3) legal services agency founded in 1978 as Senior Citizen Judicare Project by members of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Its original focus was to protect the legal rights and interests of Philadelphia’s needy, elderly residents through a volunteer-driven program. It has since grown to have an array of programs and services, a diverse staff of lawyers and advocates, and has expanded its outreach and services to communities throughout Pennsylvania.
Through the efforts of its dedicated and experienced legal staff and volunteers from Pennsylvania’s legal community, SeniorLAW Center today serves approximately 10,000 older Pennsylvanians each year, including victims of elder abuse and financial exploitation, elders facing housing crises and homelessness, and grandparents raising grandchildren. Since its founding in 1978, SeniorLAW Center has provided free legal representation for over 50,000 seniors, focusing on the most vital and recurring legal problems facing our elders: housing, elder abuse, financial exploitation, consumer problems, grandparent custody, personal and end-of-life planning needs. For additional information about SeniorLAW Center, visit https://seniorlawcenter.org.
The Life Planning Clinic is part of the section’s initiative to increase pro bono opportunities for its members and promote engagement among section members. The event is open to all PBA members. For additional information or to register as a volunteer attorney for the RPPT Law Section Life Planning Clinic, please contact Pam Kance at Pam.Kance@pabar.org.
Pam KancePennsylvania Bar Association Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section