Wake Forest University School of Law’s Elder Law Clinic to resume operation

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Wake Forest University School of Law’s Elder Clinic will resume operations this month after a brief hiatus.

The clinic will now operate in a new location at the Worrell Professional Center on the university’s Reynolda Campus.

Applications and appointments for the clinic’s free services can be obtained by calling (336) 758-5061 or visiting the website.

Elder Law Clinic provides free legal assistance to eligible clients age 60 or older. They prepare wills and powers of attorney, advise about legal rights of debtors, answer questions about how to pay for long-term care and assisted living, and represent people in guardianship cases and other litigation.


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