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Wills for Heroes Clinic - Doylestown

Saturday March 02
2013

  • By: Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Wills for Heroes Foundation
  • Location:
    Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center
    1760 S. Easton Road
    Doylestown, PA
  • Contact:
    Sandy Romaszewski
    Pennsylvania Bar Associaton Young Lawyers Division
  • Website: www.pabar.org
  • Source: Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and the Wills for Heroes Foundation are hosting upcoming events across Pennsylvania.

At these events, free wills and powers of attorney are prepared for police officers, firefighters and other first responders who risk their lives every day to make sure our communities are safe.

Programs are staffed by lawyer volunteers and are conveniently offered to first responders at meeting halls and police and fire stations.

On Saturday, March 2, 2013, volunteer lawyers will be conducting a Wills for Heroes Program for all active and retired Pennsylvania First Responders of Bucks County, all sworn personnel and their spouses or significant others (please note that proof of affiliation will be requested at the event). The March 2nd event will be held at the Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center located at 1760 S. Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18901, beginning at 11 am.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Sandy Romaszewski at sromaszewski@foxrothschild.com. For more information on the program, visit the Wills for Heroes Foundation at www.willsforheroes.org or the other links below.

Invitation to this Event

Information for First Responders

Questionnaire for First Responders

Information for Lawyer Volunteers

Online Registration Form for Lawyer Volunteers

Wills for Heroes Foundation Web Site

PA Bar Association YLD Website

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