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Minnesota Wills for Heroes: Expanding Pro Bono Support to COVID-19 Front Lines in Midst of Global Pandemic

April 23, 2020

To ensure the Minnesota State Bar Association's Minnesota Wills for Heroes program (WFH) continues to address the needs of Minnesota's first responders—particularly as they work in the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic—Maslon Estate Planning Attorney Susan Link and colleague Andrea Bischoff have transitioned the operation to virtual services. As Program Directors for WFH, their mutual dedication and coordinated effort with attorney volunteers helps further the program's mission to provide quality, no-cost estate-planning services to the families of the state's first responders—EMTs, police, firefighters and more—who daily risk their lives to help others. Proudly, the WFH Foundation has also granted permission to expand the program to include health care workers during this time of crisis.

WFH originated in South Carolina after the tragedies of 9/11 and was brought to Minnesota in 2007. Susan has served as program director of WFH since its founding, and she and Andrea both devote significant time to expanding the program's reach throughout the state.

Maslon is deeply gratified to play a part in supporting these efforts and providing services to workers on the front lines of the pandemic during this daunting time.

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