The COVID-19 virus has forced many of us to think about mortality in ways we may have previously avoided. While this can be uncomfortable, it may also have some benefits. For example, many people are asking important questions about their estate plans, verifying that they have taken all the right precautions with regard to their legacies and end-of-life wishes.
Indeed, in the middle of this pandemic, it may be a prudent time for a video conference with your living will, trust, power of attorney lawyer. In particular, there are several important questions worth raising.
As you think about the lingering impact of coronavirus, you may have any number of questions for your living trust and will lawyers.
At Singh Law Firm, we are prepared to talk with you about any of your estate planning needs, all while maintaining the appropriate social distancing. To learn more about a will, trust, or power of attorney, contact us today. Let’s talk together about your legacy, and about the tools available for you to keep your loved ones safe and sound.