Who Plans Their Own Funeral? Come See Our Funeral Planning Workshop

Funeral Planning Workshop Wed, Oct 26 at 6:00pm Free admission. Light refreshments and babysitting will be provided. RSVP at https://willsandwellness.com/funeral-planning-workshop Few of us are prepared for the death of someone we love. Those left behind struggle with many difficult questions: What type of funeral service would my loved one want? What arrangements can our family afford? The purpose of a Pre-Arranged Funeral Continue Reading →

Family History and DNA Testing

Introduction to Genealogy Workshop Tues, Aug 23 at 6:00pm Free admission. Light refreshments and babysitting will be provided. We will cover topics such as DNA testing, genealogy mapping, family history resources, and more! RSVP at https://willsandwellness.com/genealogy-workshop/ Have you seen the popular TV shows Who Do You Think You Are, Genealogy Roadshow or Long Lost Family, where individuals connect with their ancestral roots Continue Reading →

Diapers Hard to Find; Perpetuates Public Health Problems

Denver, CO – Local law firm, Wills & Wellness (willsandwellness.com), is hosting its Second Annual Diaper Drive right now through October 1, 2014. The firm is attempting to beat its goal from last year of collecting over 1,000 diapers for needy families in Denver. Diaper Banks are hard to find in Denver and one major resource, the Diaper Bank of Continue Reading →

the Biggest Little Book Drive ever

Wills & Wellness is a law firm committed to making a difference in the community and enhancing the lives of those around us. This Spring, our firm is hosting our First Annual Biggest Little Book Drive and we’re asking for your help! Ever seen the Free Little Library Boxes around your neighborhood? They look like this. (…check out even more Continue Reading →

Summer’s end celebration at the DAYS Festival to benefit at-risk youth

The Wills & Wellness law firm, along with Bethany Neumann of Modern Woodmen, came out to support the Denver Area Youth Services last Sunday, September 8th, at the End of Summer DAYS Festival. It didn’t seem like the end of summer with temperatures approaching 100 degrees, but no matter, because kids, parents, and many different four-legged friends still came out Continue Reading →