Chicagoland first responders to receive estate planning services from Chuhak & Tecson employees

November 8, 2012

First responders are usually called upon to help those in need. This Saturday, the tables will be turned when Chuhak & Tecson attorneys and staff lend a helping hand to Chicago firefighters and police officers in need of estate planning services.

Approximately 20 firm employees will participate in the Chicago Bar Association’s Wills for Heroes event November 9. By providing basic will and estate planning services, these employees will help first responders effectively plan for their families’ futures.

The Chicago Bar Association runs Wills for Heroes every other month. Since November 2001, program participants have prepared more than 6,000 estate planning documents for first responders.

Wills for Heroes will serve as the 22nd event in Chuhak & Tecson’s 25 Ways to Give Back service initiative. In honor of our clients and our silver anniversary, the firm is participating in 25 community service events throughout the year. Projects include everything from volunteering at senior centers, to preparing a meal at Ronald McDonald House, to a backpack collection for underprivileged youth. For more information and ongoing updates, visit 25 Ways We’re Giving Back.