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RoyseLaw Legal Incubator Provides Estate Planning to Low-Income Individuals
New RoyseLaw Legal Incubator helps elderly individuals protect their property and provides resources to law graduates as they launch their practices.
Low-income individuals who qualify for the Incubator will receive assistance with wills, trusts and estates, tax controversy issues, and elder care law. Individuals interested in learning more can contact RoyseLaw Incubator Attorney Kellen A. Furlin at kellen.furlin@
Mr. Royse elaborated that Royse Law Firm provides resources, mentoring, and legal support to Incubator attorneys to assist them with providing high quality services and developing their own practices. “Royse Law Firm has a robust tax, corporate and estate planning practice, so there’s a lot of expertise available. Incubator attorneys also have access to Royse Law Firm’s legal library, forms database, continuing legal education, offices and conference rooms.” According to Royse, additional legal services for the community are planned via the Incubator, including corporate, securities, intellectual property and employment law services for startup companies.