NJ legislative offices host Conversations that Matter on May 24

Learn about creating wills, healthcare directives, and power of attorney documents at this free event. Registration is required.

On May 24, the Legislative Offices of Senator James Beach, Assemblyman Lou Greenwald and Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt (along with Volunteer UP Legal Clinic, Camden County Surrogate’s Office and the NJ Department of Treasury) will be hosting Conversations that Matter: a community educational series designed to provide you with vital information and resources on various issues facing New Jersey families at no cost. 

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If you were recently married, had a child, purchased a home, or are nearing retirement, it is important that you have a plan for your health and assets to ensure your family is protected. Attorneys will discuss and assist in creating Wills, Healthcare Directives, and Power of Attorney documents, and the Surrogate’s office will discuss how to probate a will from 6 to 8 p.m. at Camden County College, 1889 Rt. 70 East, Cherry Hill NJ.

Registration is required and can be done online at https://forms.gle/kVFh7yZHhXT1mPo4A

For questions, please call (856) 435-1247 or email assemblyLD6@njleg.org.

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