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COVID-19 First Responder Estate Planning Program

Police officers and firefighters are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Now, more than ever, first responders should consider dusting off their wills, trusts, medical directives, and other estate planning documents.

This is an issue that is near and dear to our firm. For those that don’t know, I graduated the Wayne County Regional Police Academy in May 2012 and then spent over 6 years as a sworn officer with a Southeast Michigan police department. During that time, I was a defense tactics instructor and field training officer among other assignments.

Fellow attorney Breeda O’Leary is a police wife and– in addition to her thriving estate planning practice– she also has extensive experience as a city prosecuting attorney.

To show appreciation for the tireless efforts of our first responders, the law firm of Fausone Bohn is rolling out a COVID-19 First Responder Estate Planning Program. This program will offer a 50% discount for estate planning services for a limited time for active police officers and firefighters.

Click here to read my article about estate planning for cops and why it’s so important. The same considerations will apply to our friends in the firefighting business, too!

If you are a first responder, or if you love a first responder, please contact me to find out more about this program and if you qualify. Click  below to download the intake form and fact sheet, which may be emailed to me.  Or you can call or text me for more information at (734) 956-0113.

First Responder Estate Planning Program

Fact Sheet

 

Please note that this is a limited time program, and we reserve the discretion to accept or reject any client and to determine terms and conditions on a case-by-case basis. Using these forms and contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship and should not be construed as legal advice.

Estate Planning for Cops: A Call to Action

Police officers are out there risking their lives every day to protect the public. Yet many do not have wills or other estate planning documents in place to protect themselves and their families. Click the article below to find out more. If you or someone you love works in public safety, don’t be afraid to start this conversation.

Estate Planning for Cops

This article originally appeared in the Winter 2019 edition of Michigan Police Chiefs magazine, an official publication of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police. Click here to view the full magazine.