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LP’s Work with Wills for Heroes quoted in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin


March 7, 2011

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The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin noted the work of three LP attorneys who recently teamed up with the Wills for Heroes Foundation and the Young Lawyers Section of the Chicago Bar Association to assist Chicago Police Department members and their families in creating estate planning documents.

The Law Bulletin mentioned firm attorneys Stuart J. Kohn, Sheri E. Warsh and Howard S. Dakoff, who volunteered their time last month at Chicago Police Department headquarters to help 64 families prepare their wills and powers of attorney for health care and property.

The Wills for Heroes Foundation, which is active in 24 states, was started shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks to provide free estate-planning documents for firefighters, police officers, paramedics, corrections and probation officers and other qualified public safety professionals as well as their spouses or partners.

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