UNION — Legal issues dealing with the end of life will be the subject of a free legal clinic Tuesday afternoon in the meeting room of the Union County Museum.
Museum Director Ola Jean Kelly said Friday that the clinic, which is being sponsored by the Catawba Regional Council on Aging and the S.C. Bar Association, will include a presentation by attorneys on end of life legal issues.
“It’s going to deal with end of life legal issues such as wills, do not resuscitate orders, power of attorney, and living wills,” Kelly said. “It will begin at noon with a presentation that will take about 45 minutes and then there will be time for questions.”
While the clinic is free and open to all who want to attend, Kelly cautioned that seating is limited.
“Our seating is limited to the first 30 people to show up,” Kelly said. “There is no reserve seating.”
Kelly said that since the clinic will take place in the meeting room those attending will have the option of either entering the room directly from Hunter Alley or from the upstairs entrance on Main Street
“It will be in the meeting room so you can enter through the back door on Hunter Alley,” Kelly said. “If you use that entrance you can avoid the stairs.”
For more information about the clinic, call the Union County Museum at 864-429-5081.
Editor Charles Warner can be reached at 864-427-1234, ext. 14, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org