Online tools are available to help people get their legal affairs in order and to better address legal matters in the aftermath of the storm.
Jackson, MS, September 2, 2017 – Hurricane Harvey has caused catastrophic flooding, property damage and at least 40 deaths in Texas. As victims face challenges in the days ahead, chief among them will be dealing with legal issues. With this in mind, USLegal.com is making its LegalLife Resource Center available as a public service.
The resource center contains information on numerous legal topics including frequent legal questions and answers related to Hurricane Harvey, a free self-help legal checkup, an online guide on how to organize your legal life, and information on how to replace important legal documents that may have been lost or destroyed by the storm.
“Our thoughts are with the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Storms and other disasters too often catch people unprepared. In thinking about how we can better serve the public, we have created these free legal planning tools. We are making this information available to everyone in order to bring awareness to the importance of legal planning,” said USLegal CEO Frank D. Edens.
In addition to the LegalLife Resource Center, attorneys with Edens, Criado & Welch will also be helping pro bono to answer general legal questions related to Hurricane Harvey. The virtual law firm will be taking submissions through a link on the LegalLife Resource Center fromSeptember 1 through 10th.
Visit the legal LegalLife Resource Center at https://www.uslegalforms.com/l