Welcome to ADRC of Central Wisconsin
We are the first place to go with your aging and disability questions. Anyone can contact us, regardless of their financial status, to receive accurate, unbiased information on all aspects of life related to aging or living with a disability.
Our staff will discuss your individual situation with you and provide you with information and assistance to meet your needs and preferences. For further assistance contact us. Assistance is available over the phone, at an ADRC-CW office, or visits to your home.
Simple Will and Power of Attorney Help for Low-Income SeniorsWills for seniors is a program to help low-income seniors prepare basic estate planning documents. Program participants will meet with an attorney who will help them draft a basic will, power of attorney for finances, and/or power of attorney for health care and Authorization for Final Distribution (if desired).
The program is not designed for:
People with large or complicated estates, beneficiaries with special needs, beneficiaries who are unable to handle their own finances, people who want to set up or require sophisticated trusts, Medicaid, tax or business succession planning, or people who are not appropriate for a basic will.
To participate you must be:
Age 60 or older with a monthly income less than $1,980 (single person) or $2,670 (married couple)
Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017
Appointments available between 9:30am through 1:30pm *you must have an appointment to participate
Aging and Disability Resource Center of Central Wisconsin (ADRC-CW)
2600 Stewart Ave., Suite 25, Wausau WI. 54401
For an appointment, call GWARR @ 608-243-2881
Sponsered by the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources' (GWARR) Elder Law and Advocacy Center