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Young Lawyers Section of The State Bar of Nevada to Provide Free Legal Assistance to Senior Citizens
Published on Thu, Feb 28, 2013 (10:38 a.m.)(LAS VEGAS, NEV.) – The Young Lawyers Section (YLS) of the State Bar of Nevada, in collaboration with Nevada Legal Services and Southern Nevada Senior Law Program, is hosting “Serving Seniors,” a free legal assistance clinic for senior citizens. The event is April 26, 2013 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the West Charleston Library Conference Room located at 6301 West Charleston Blvd in Las Vegas.
Attorneys from Gordon Silver and throughout the valley will be in attendance to provide senior citizens with legal information regarding basic estate planning tools like powers of attorney, wills and probate issues for small estates. Information will also be provided on elder law issues such as guardianship, social security, and other benefit programs.
“This is a great opportunity for senior citizens to receive valuable information to help protect themselves in the event of incapacity or ultimately death,” says Kristin Tyler, attorney at Gordon Silver, and chair of the event. “Part of the mission of the YLS is to provide charitable service to the community, which is what we aim to accomplish with the ‘Serving Seniors’ event.”
For more information about the clinic, contact Carmela Reed with Nevada Legal Services at 702-386-0404 ext. 140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Lawyers Section of The State Bar of Nevada
The purpose of Young Lawyers Section of The State Bar of Nevada is to provide opportunities for the assimilation of young lawyers, as well as providing a training ground for future leaders of the state bar. YLS membership is open to all attorneys who have been admitted in Nevada for less than five years, and/or are 36 years of age or younger. From mentor programs, to organizing charity events, to networking, to fighting to improve the image of attorneys in Southern Nevada, the YLS provides a wide array of activities for local attorneys.
Gordon Silver was established over 40 years ago in Las Vegas, and has since expanded with offices in Phoenix, Reno, and Washington D.C. As one of Nevada’s oldest and largest law firms,
Gordon Silver’s forward-looking perspective and strong commitment to its wide range of clients characterize the firm’s foundation and continuous success. For more information visit www.gordonsilver.com.
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