- Associated Press - Thursday, February 18, 2016

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Lawyers will provide free estate planning services to low-income Virginia veterans at a series of clinics early next month.

Attorney General Mark Herring says the first-ever pro bono Veterans Legal Services Clinics are a partnership of his office, the Virginia Department of Veterans Services and the Virginia State Bar. Volunteer attorneys will help veterans by drafting wills, powers of attorney and advance medical directives.

To participate, veterans and their spouses must fill out an intake questionnaire on Herring’s website or at their local Virginia Department of Veterans Services Benefits Center.

The clinics are set for March 1 in Chesapeake, March 2 in Richmond, March 3 in Roanoke and March 4 in Annandale.


Additional details: https://www.ag.virginia.gov/index.php/veteranslegalservices

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