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 *New: “The Protected Consumer Credit Freeze: A New Tool to Prevent and Stop Financial Exploitation of Incapacitated Adults” by Clinical Law Professor Kate Mewhinney

The Elder Law Clinic is a program of Wake Forest School of Law.  Law students get practical experience under the supervision of an attorney. During the school year, the Clinic provides free legal services to the community in Forsyth and surrounding counties.  To be a client of the Elder Law Clinic, a person must be at least age 60.  Also, they must have an income of less than $1,800 per month for a household of one, and less than $2,400 per month for a household of two.

 To apply to be a client, please fill out an Eligibility Questionnaire and return it by faxmail or e-mail.

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