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

April 30, 2019

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.

Firm employees will once again participate in the Chicago Bar Association’s Wills for Heroes event, on May 4. 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 throughout the year. Since 2001, program participants have prepared thousands of estate planning documents for first responders.

Wills for Heroes aligns with two undertakings by Chuhak & Tecson in 2019—the Diversity & Inclusion Council’s (D&I) MLK Days of Service and Women Helping Women’s (WHW) 10 Ways to Give Back, a year of service events in celebration of WHW’s 10th anniversary. Projects include everything from making beds and serving meals, to planting and harvesting produce for those facing the challenges of poverty, to fundraising so that new winter coats and accessories may be purchased for children, to bringing comfort and joy to struggling children through the art of murals. For a full list of community service programs being served in 2019. click here.