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School of Law Offers Free Legal Clinic for Wills

Project Will Power is a free legal clinic offering wills and other advance planning documents to the Southeast Raleigh community on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016.

Volunteer lawyers will prepare wills, health care powers of attorney, financial powers of attorney and living wills for eligible members of the public free of charge from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Top Greene Community Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Law students from North Carolina Central University School of Law and Campbell Law School will assist with the event. The organizers hope to provide free legal documents to up to 40 individuals who would otherwise be unable to afford legal services.

Individuals wishing to have a will prepared can schedule an appointment by calling 919-530-5487. Financial powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, and living wills will also be offered.

Project Will Power is a public service project co-sponsored by the North Carolina Central School of Law, Legal Aid of North Carolina and Raleigh Parks & Recreation.

For more information, contact Page Potter, NCCU School of Law, ppotter@nccu.edu, or Grady Bussey, Top Greene Community Center, 919-831-6527.



Published: Monday, September 26, 2016
by Senior Writer and Editor, Renee Elder
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