Kramer Law and AARP

What is the AARP Legal Services Network?

This column has run for several months, however, I realize that I have failed to ever describe what the AARP Legal Services Network actually is. It's time to remedy that situation.

The AARP Legal Services Network was established by the AARP in response to membership needs. The AARP recognized that many people over the age of 50 have legal matters that require the services of an attorney. They also recognized that many of these problems could be solved in a single consultation with counsel. As a result, one of the benefits of the Network is that members of the AARP are automatically entitled to a consultation with an AARP Legal Services Network provider, at no cost to the member. Legal matters are certainly not limited to elder law issues, estate planning or similar matters, but include a wide variety of additional legal issues, such as general business matters, personal injury, bankruptcy and a host of others.

With particular regard to estate planning, AARP members, through the Legal Services Network, are entitled not only to a free consultation with a participating attorney, but also to a 20% fee reduction on legal matters undertaken by the participating attorney. These matters include estate planning, probate and all other legal areas where service is provided to an AARP member by a participating attorney. In addition, the preparation of an Advance Health Care Directive costs no more than $35.00.

If you have any questions about the AARP Legal Services Network, please feel free to visit the AARP website at, or call AARP at 1-800-424-3410 or contact our office.

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