Free Center for Disability & Elder Law Presentation for Seniors

Free Center for Disability & Elder Law Presentation

For Seniors in Oak Park and River Forest Townships

Seniors of Oak Park and River Forest Townships

You are invited to a FREE Presentation addressing legal services for powers of attorney for healthcare and property and living will declarations.

WHEN: June 7, 2023 at 11:00AM

WHERE: 130 Oak Park Avenue

What is a Power of Attorney?
If you anticipate becoming incapacitated or disabled in the future, you may wish to execute a Power of Attorney. A Power of Attorney would allow you to appoint a trusted individual to make health care and/or property decisions on your behalf.

What is a Living Will? 
A Living Will is more limited in scope than a Power of Attorney for Healthcare. A Living Will authorizes the withholding of medical treatments and procedures that would artificially delay the moment of your death.

The Center for Disability & Elder Law is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the legal rights of low-income senior citizens and persons with disabilities in Cook County since 1984.

CDEL offers assistance with several types of civil legal matters, representing hundreds of clients each year, and providing additional services to hundreds more.

CDEL partners with volunteer attorneys, paralegals, and law students throughout the Chicago legal community to provide clients with access to high quality legal services they cannot otherwise afford.


205 West Randolph St. Suite 1610
Chicago, IL 60606

Monday – Friday
9am – 5pm