Sept. 26, 2013
The Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA) is partnering with the Williams Mullen law firm and 12 University of Virginia law students to provide free will-creation services for seniors.
The program is held twice a year, and is designed for seniors who can’t afford their own lawyers.
Seniors can create wills, powers of attorney, or medical directives at the event.
"This is one less thing that is on their mind,” says JABA CEO Marta Keane. “They know they have made it clear for their family members or friends to know what their wishes are."
There is already a waiting list for their next program, which will be in February.
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