Wills for Cops
The law firms of Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC, Andrea Janovic and The Laber Law Office have joined forces to provide free will preparation to Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati police officers. In conjunction with students from Chase College of Law, attorneys from these firms will help our local officers and their spouses complete, sign, and witness up-to-date wills in about a half an hour.
There are two events this year. Fort Mitchell, Kentucky event will take place on April 14th, 2018. It will be held at Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC’ offices at 2500 Chamber Center Drive, Suite #300, Fort Mitchell KY, 41017. Parking is Free. The West Chester, Ohio event will take place on April 21st, 2018. It will be held at Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC’ offices at 4837 Rialto Road Suite A, West Chester Ohio 45069. Parking here is free as well.
The supervising attorneys are Justin Lawrence from Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC, Andrea Janovic from Janovic Law Office, and Christopher Thomas Laber from The Laber Law office. You can read more about Justin Lawrence, Andrea Janovic and Christopher Laber by following the links.
Interested officers should call (859) 371-5997 by April 9th, 2018. Officers and their spouses will be given a time to arrive in order to cut down on wait times, and will also be given a short questionnaire to fill out before arrival. Upon arrival, officers and spouses will meet with a trained Chase law student who will take the questionnaire and prepare the first draft of the will. The officer, student, and spouse (if applicable) will then meet with one of the supervising attorneys who will review the will, and discuss it with the officer and spouse to ensure the prepared will matches expectations. The officer and spouse will then sign the will in front of witnesses and a notary. At that point, the will is complete!
This program is for basic, common forms of wills and is not designed to cover complicated estate planning. An example of a basic, common will is a will in which the officer and spouse leave everything to each other, and then to their children in equal shares. It is possible that some requests, such as creating a trust or structuring bequests over a period of time, will be too complicated to perform during this program. Officers requesting complicated estate planning will be asked to schedule a meeting with a supervising attorney during normal business hours, on a regular fee schedule. If you have any questions as to whether your will is covered under this program, just call us to ask!