Why are we doing that and what’s the deal with peanut butter? Let’s look at a few statistic. At Benton Middle School, about 10 percent of the students carry home food from that school every weekend because some of those kids might not otherwise have anything to eat. That statistic is shocking, to say the least.
The counselors over at the middle school see to it that kids have food to bring home with them and the item they need the most is peanut butter. So, the aforementioned promotion is one of those things where everyone wins — clients will get a will for a discounted price and some area kids will get fed.
So, why bother with such a promotion? It is very important that we do what we can to give back to our communities and this is just one way to do that. And the Nobles Law Firm will keep finding ways to help support area charities such as the Humane Society, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics of Arkansas and a few others that are in need of a little help.
The peanut butter promotion will run through Dec. 31. The specifics are as follows — the will package includes a single or joint will, a durable power of attorney so that your survivors might avoid dealing with probate court too much and living will provisions if those are necessary. And you’ll get all of that for $250 less than the going rate in the central Arkansas market.
Sound good to you? Great. Send an email to Ethan@NoblesLawFirm.com or call (501)794-9742 to set up an appointment or ask a question or two.
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