SCSJ Conducts Wills' Clinic in Southport, NC

What do two SCSJ attorneys, seven law students from UNC and Campbell, and 48 hours in Southport, North Carolina get you? If you were one of 19 participants in SCSJ’s October 15-17 wills’ clinic, you got a total of 56 end-of-life documents to help you effectuate your plans and give you an extra piece of mind that you have helped your family prepare for a life without you. Working with an SCSJ-represented family that owns heirs’ property in the area and its church community, the clinic produced documents ranging from wills to health care powers of attorney, all while enjoying one of the last warm days down at the beach. “These wills clinic are an excellent opportunity to meet community needs, and provide law students with skills in the field of end-of-life planning,” said SCSJ coordinating attorney Becky Jaffe.