Wills for Heroes Event (Beaver County)
Saturday May 20
- By: Beaver County Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
- Time Zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada)
The Beaver County Bar Association788 Turnpike StreetBeaver, PAMap: maps.google.com
Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
- Website: www.pabar.org
- Source: Pennsylvania
Wills for Heroes provides free basic estate planning documents to first responders and military veterans in Pennsylvania. Wills for Heroes provides police, fire, emergency medical personnel, other first responders and military veterans - those on the frontlines for our personal safety - the tools they need to prepare adequately for the future. Programs are staffed by lawyer volunteers and are conveniently offered to first responders at meeting halls and police and fire stations.
Lawyer volunteers at these events use laptop computers loaded with a software program designed specifically for Wills for Heroes. Using this technology allows lawyers from all specialties to participate in the program.
During the events, each participant meets with a volunteer who inputs information from the questionnaire into the software. A lawyer volunteer reviews the draft estate planning documents with the first responder to make sure he or she understands and agrees to the plan. The documents are then finalized, signed, witnessed and notarized at the event so they are effective immediately.
On Saturday, May 20, 2017, with the support of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Young Lawyers’ Division, volunteer lawyers from the Beaver County Bar Association will be conducting a Wills for Heroes Event.
The event is for all Pennsylvania First Responders, military veterans, and their spouses or significant others, and will take place at the Beaver County Bar Association, 788 Turnpike Street, Beaver, PA 15009.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Andrea Lyn Boyle at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the program, visit the Wills for Heroes Foundation at www.willsforheroes.org.
For more information about Wills for Heroes and its Pennsylvania programs and to register as a volunteer, visit http://www.pabar.org/site/YLD/Wills-for-Heroes or call the Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division at 800-932-0311.
Event Invitation and Information for First Responders
Information for First Responders
Information for Lawyer Volunteers
Facebook: Wills for Heroes-PA