Wilson County holding Wills for Heroes event

Emergency first responders and their spouses are invited to the Criminal Justice Center in Lebanon on Saturday for the Wills for Heroes event. Policer officers, firefighters and EMTs are all welcome to come to the center from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., where local attorneys will offer free wi...
Jul 19, 2013

Emergency first responders and their spouses are invited to the Criminal Justice Center in Lebanon on Saturday for the Wills for Heroes event.

Policer officers, firefighters and EMTs are all welcome to come to the center from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., where local attorneys will offer free wills and other basic estate planning.

The 100 Club of Wilson County is the local sponsor of the event, which is in honor of the End of Watch of Mt. Juliet police Sgt. Jerry Mundy and Wilson County sheriff's Deputy John Musice.

Volunteer attorneys will assist attendees with preparing a will for free. One of the volunteers is Jimmy Musice, who is John Musice's son.

Contact Mike Kurtz or Sharon Atchley at 615-444-3900 or email mkurtz@leeandlee.com to register.

The Tennessee Bar Association and the Wills for Heroes Foundation are co-sponsoring the event.

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