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LP Launches Program to Provide Pro Bono Estate Planning Services to Teachers Who Must Return to the Classroom


November 2, 2020

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In response to the ongoing challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic, LP has launched a pro bono program specifically for teachers who must return to the classroom to teach. Attorneys in our Trusts & Estates Group will provide pro bono estate planning services to eligible teachers so they have the “comfort” of having a simple estate plan should anything happen to them.

The teachers’ pro bono estate plan will include the following legal documents:

  • Will – a document that specifies where your assets pass upon your death and designates a guardian for any child of yours who is under 18.  Please note that a guardian would only be appointed if both parents were deceased.
  • Power of Attorney for Property – this document appoints an agent to act on your behalf, if you are incapacitated, to manage your assets and make financial decisions for you.
  • Power of Attorney for Health Care – this document designates an agent to act on your behalf, if you are incapacitated, to make your health care decisions.

Teachers who are working in the classroom and would like a simple estate plan created for them pro bono – or free of charge – should complete either the fillable pdf form for individuals or the fillable pdf form for married persons, as applicable, with preliminary information and submit to to begin the process. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Filed under: Trusts & Estates

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