The world is a much different place today than it was during the year 2020. COVID-19 has created a situation most of us never thought we would see in our lifetimes. The coronavirus has made us appreciate that we are not invincible and make us recognize we cannot always control the future. As a result, our lives will never be the same again in many facets of our life.

The pandemic has forced us all to question so many elements of our daily lives. This includes thinking of a time in our lives when we won’t be able to manage our finances, make healthcare decisions, determine who will receive our assets, and other things that are not pleasant to think about. Thus, we’re here to help you with planning for your needs during life and your subsequent family legacy. We do this by offering our clients options to make it easier and more efficient to work with us. During these times, we are happy to meet with you in person; however, we understand your busy and ever-changing schedule creates time and financial constraints in your life which make it difficult to schedule time to meet in person. As such, we also make it easy to work with you virtually.

By working virtually, whether from the comforts of your own home or office, you will receive the same high-quality, individualized approach in the drafting of all legal documents but without the need to physically visit our offices until the signing appointment. By utilizing various videoconferencing technologies, i.e., Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, or via telephone or email, we are able to answer any questions you have about our estate planning process and determine if your legal needs can be met in an online setting.

Call and set up a consultation to discuss your estate planning matter, today!!

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