Every year we pay tribute to the innocent people who died in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Nearly 3,000 were lost, including over 300 firefighters and 71 law enforcement officers who sacrificed their lives trying to save others. Because of this tragedy, September is a special time for remembrance and an opportunity to show our gratitude for the work of emergency services personnel.
A hero without an estate plan
Fire fighters, police, and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) put their lives on the line every day, yet many of these heroes do not have a basic estate plan in place should the worst happen. In order to serve those who serve their community Shanley Law LLC will offer a free Last Will and Testament to any first responders, EMT, police officer, or firefighter who schedules an initial consultation in September.
In gratitude to first responders
It’s our way of saying thank you to first responders and the dedicated emergency crews who answer the alarm bell day and night. We want to honor the sacrifices made by first responders in our communities today. The sacrifices they make and their commitment to protecting the public is too often overlooked.
Free Last Will and Testament
This offer for a free Last Will and Testament represents a $350 value and is transferable if individuals desire a more elaborate estate plan. To schedule a free consultation, call 920-471-0929. Shanley Law LLC provides estate planning and legal solutions for families, businesses, and nonprofit organizations of Brown, Door, Manitowoc, and Oconto counties.
About Us: Attorney Devin Shanley is the approachable expert clients can trust. A native of Green Bay, Wisconsin, Devin has been developing legal solutions in his beloved hometown since 2012. Married to Mo and dad to two rambunctious kids, he has a soft spot for the Green Bay Packers, grilling out, and playing with his kids. His areas of practice are Estate Planning, Family Law, Business Law, and Non-Profit Organization Law. Schedule your free consultation by calling 920-471-4337.