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The Washington First Responder Will Clinic provides support, services, and resources to eligible first responders and their families.*  We act as a conduit between licensed attorneys and first responders, first responder organizations and other organizations to encourage and assist with basic estate planning needs.  

To date, the documents that we offer are:  Last Wills and Testaments, Health Care Directives, and General Durable Powers of Attorney.  The Washington First Responder Will Clinic acts as a liasion between attorneys and first responders but does not intend to, nor does it, create any type of attorney-client relationship.  

The Washington First Responder Will Clinic also aims to provide law students (law clerks) with an opportunity to gain practical estate planning experience under the guidance of a licensed attorney.


* First Responder is defined as all current and retired members (including surviving spouses and state-registered domestic partners) of the LEOFF 1, LEOFF 2, WSPRS 1, and WSPRS 2 retirement systems.  It also includes all current and retired reserve police officers and volunteer firefighters as defined under Chapter 41.24 of the Revised Code of Washington.  You will not be eligible for the Washington First Responder Will Clinic if your assets exceed $1,000,000 ($2 million, if married).  Only Washington residents are eligible.