Estate Planning in the COVID-19 Era
You’ve been putting it off and have extra time to get it done while at home.
|“…The truth is that just about everyone should have an estate plan, even if there is no looming health threat. So if you don’t have one, there’s no better time than now to put it together.”|
In a time where nothing is certain except your ability to think about all of the things you wish you would have done, now is the time to check one of the most important things off that list: estate planning.
Anyone that has reached the age of majority, regardless of their assets and physical possessions, should have some basic estate planning documents in place. During this pandemic, it’s more imporant than ever that you have documents that reflect who you want to help handle your affairs in the event you become unable to do so yourself.
So much of the estate planning process can be completed remotely, that now is the perfect time. If you’re ready to complete, review or update your essential documents, please call (312) 201-0900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.