JDSA Renews Commitment to Veteran’s Will Clinic in Wenatchee

Inset Photo: (L-R) Joyce Wilson, Peggy White, Evan McCauley, Michelle Holeman, Caitlyn Evans and Jordan Miller. Donna Mittelsteinder and Linda Taylor were present for the event but absent for the photo.

Inset Photo: (L-R) Joyce Wilson, Peggy White, Evan McCauley, Michelle Holeman, Caitlyn Evans and Jordan Miller. Donna Mittelsteinder and Linda Taylor were present for the event but absent for the photo.

JDSA Law has again given its support to the Washington Veteran’s Will Clinic in Wenatchee.

The clinic, which occurred this past Saturday, is the fourth annual event championed by Jordan Miller, an associate at JDSA Law. The Veteran’s Will Clinic is a free legal service assisting those veterans who need to update their wills. This year the team surpassed 200 individuals they have served over the last four years.

“It continues to be a privilege and pleasure to be part of this event for our veterans,” commented Miller. “To have so many donate their time, energy, and sincere enthusiasm for serving is a great thing. I’m thankful to all for helping us make it happen, and look forward to next year’s event.”

The WA Veteran’s Will Clinic was founded by the Spokane County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division in collaboration with: Army OneSource, Gonzaga University School of Law, Red Cross - Inland Northwest Region, Vet Center (a division of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs), and Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs.

For more information about JDSA Law’s commitment to Veteran’s Will Clinic, or to offer your support for future events, please contact Jordan Miller of JDSA at JDSALaw.com.

Kirk Esmond