In partnership with the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division and the Blair County Bar Association, Penn State Altoona and its Criminal Justice Organization will offer a Wills for Heroes program from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, in the Cypress Building on campus.
Volunteer lawyers from Blair County will be on hand to provide free estate planning services to all retired and active first responders along with all sworn personnel and the spouses or significant others of local first responders and military veterans. The program provides free wills, living wills, health care, and financial powers of attorney. Qualified individuals should make appointments online at www.pabar.org/wfh/ using PSU as the password. For more information about the program, visit www.willsforheroes.org. Questions about the event should be directed to Joel C. Seelye at [email protected] or 814-944-5090.
Wills for Heroes programs provide essential legal documents free of charge to our nation’s first responders, including wills, living wills and powers of attorney. By helping first responders plan now, they ensure their family's legal affairs are in order before a tragedy hits. The 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit Wills for Heroes Foundation supports these Wills programs, giving back to the community and "protecting those who protect us."