Wake Forest Gay Lawyers Group Offers Free Help
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Gay and lesbian law students at Wake Forest University and their friends are out to offer their legal knowledge for free.
The campus group is offering free legal help on Saturday for people who need to complete health care power of attorney forms.
Student and attorney volunteers will be available from noon to 5 o’clock at a booth on Trade Street at Winston-Salem’s gay pride festival.
Health care power of attorney gives individuals the right to determine who makes health care decisions for them.
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