Imagine being sick, alone and broke. Not having enough money for medical care, especially if you have no one to help you, is a frightening thought.
Those fears are a reality for many elderly, disabled and indigent. That’s one reason Lake Wales attorney Jay McClendon, a partner with Jim Weaver and Jason Penrod in the firm of Weaver, McClendon & Penrod, LLP, agreed to serve on the board of directors of the Guardianship Office of the Tenth Circuit. The non-profit organization provides guardians who oversee and obtain proper medical care for individuals who would otherwise have no one.
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