As part of the Wisconsin business community, we recognize the profound damage COVID-19 has caused for the health and livelihood of those who live and work in our region. Our firm has greatly treasured the commitment of doctors, nurses, medical assistants, and police and fire personnel during the pandemic.
To show our appreciation, we are offering simple wills and powers of attorney free of charge to the first 100 first responders in Wisconsin who contact us regarding this offer.
If a first responder has a more complicated estate planning situation, we will provide a credit for the value of the will against the cost of the total estate plan. We hope to extend this offer beyond the initial 100 applicants and will prepare a waiting list for others.
These services will be rendered entirely via video or phone calls and electronic means in compliance with shelter-at-home rules and social distancing.
If you are a first responder interested in this offer, please contact Natasha Erase at (312) 784-1220.
We are sending this email to Wisconsin-based journalists to signal boost this for as many first responders as possible. If you are a reporter with questions about this project, please reach out to email@example.com.
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