60+ 2.0 Legal Program - Simple Wills and Estate Planning Documents for Seniors

Civil Justice is piloting a statewide low-fee program to provide low-and-moderate income seniors with wills and other estate planning legal documents.  The new program is called “60+ 2.0.”  The ideal candidates for this new program are seniors who cannot afford to hire an attorney at the typical market rate, but are not eligible for free, or pro bono, legal service programs.

Financial eligibility for 60+ 2.0 is up to 400 percent of the federal poverty guidelines (maximum income of $49,960 for one person, or $67,640 for a family size of two in 2019).  Under this pilot program, a set of the most commonly used four or five documents (will, power of attorney, advance health care directive) will typically cost around $325-$500.

For more information about the program, or to apply for services, please call our intake department at 410-706-0174, option 1, or click here to complete an intake form.