Wills for Heroes needs volunteer attorneys, notaries and support personnel to put on a successful clinic.
Attorneys are needed to meet with first responders on an individual basis, review the estate planning questionnaires completed by them and generate their estate planning documents with the use of a laptop and HotDocs, a document assembly program. No estate planning experience is required in advance (but attorneys must attend an OnDemand training prior to volunteering as attorneys at a clinic).
Notaries are needed to notarize the signatures of first responders when they execute their estate plans.
Wills for Heroes also needs volunteers to witness the signatures of first responders when they execute their estate plans.