FREE WILLS FOR LOW-INCOME SENIORS
LA CRESCENT, MINNESOTA – Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) will be holding a free Wills for Seniors clinic on Wednesday March 15, 2017 at the La Crescent Public Library.
This clinic provides low income seniors with the opportunity to obtain free estate planning documents at a convenient time and location. Clinic attendees work individually with volunteers to draft their documents, which are then reviewed and approved by an experienced estate planning attorney prior to signing.
Having a will and health care directive brings peace of mind for many people, even low income individuals, because they know that they have planned ahead for their future.
This is a free clinic, but since it is aimed at low income individuals, attendees must call to be screened for eligibility and to schedule an appointment. Interested seniors should call the SMRLS intake number, 1-888-575-2954.
This program is funded by grant from the UCare Foundation and is part of SMRLS’ program to offer free estate planning documents to low income seniors throughout the our service area.
For more information, please contact Andrea Palumbo at firstname.lastname@example.org and 651-222-5863.
About Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS):
SMRLS is Minnesota’s oldest legal aid provider, serving the 33 counties of southern Minnesota, including the Twin Cities’ east and south metro, as well as agricultural workers throughout Minnesota and North Dakota. For more than 100 years, SMRLS has helped individuals and families secure and protect their basic needs, maintaining freedom from hunger, homelessness, sickness, and abuse. Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services provides free, high-quality legal help to low-income people in critical civil matters.
About the UCare Foundation:
Established in 1998, the UCare Foundation is a community-directed initiative of UCare, an independent and not-for-profit health plan serving Minnesotans. UCare focuses its grant-making activities on programs and initiatives that use innovative services, education, community outreach and research to improve the health of underserved populations in the Twin Cities and throughout Greater Minnesota.