Broward Estate Planning During COVID-19 or Coronavirus Pandemic
The Law Offices of Jason Turchin and myprobate lawyers.com hope you are doing well and are staying safe during the COVID-19 crisis. This situation may cause you to start thinking about whether or not you or your loved ones have their important documents in place should a situation arise where they will be needed. These are unprecedented times, and we are here to help you.
Our tag line at myprobatelawyers.com is “Your Probate. Your Wishes.” We strive to work with you to make sure your wishes are communicated clearly and concisely to your loved ones and provide you with the peace of mind of knowing your wishes will be honored and followed.
What Estate Planning documents does you recommend all adults have during the COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic?
Here are our recommendations and information to properly plan for the future. If you have additional questions or comments, we are always here to speak with you and provide guidance.
We recommend anyone over the age of eighteen have the following documents, at a minimum:
• Durable Power of Attorney
• Designation of Health Care Surrogate
• HIPAA Release
For those that have assets in their name only and children we also recommend the following documents in addition to those listed above:
• Will or Trust
• Durable Power of Attorney
There are also certain provisions you may need to consider, like setting up a guardianship for a minor child, designating who you wish to take care of your children, and business distribution or handling.
Other Estate Planning Documents
There may be other estate planning documents which could be beneficial depending on your circumstances, like revocable or irrevocable trusts. Contact a Broward estate planning attorney at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin today for a free consultation.
Free Estate Planning Consultation in Broward
If you want to set up your estate, make changes to your estate, or have questions, contact us for a free consultation. We have customer service representatives available 24/7. We are also available by chat or can be reached by email.
Will How do I create Estate Planning Documents in Florida during COVID-19?
Our probate department will contact you via telephone or email (whatever your preference is) and provide you with an Information Sheet to complete and return after the initial consultation. We are fully equipped to work with you remotely to discuss your estate planning needs and work together to draft the perfect documents for you.
How do I sign our Estate Planning Documents in Florida during COVID-19?
These are unprecedented times. The Law Offices of Jason Turchin are prepared to do whatever it takes to ensure your documents are properly executed, witnessed and notarized. We have a system in place where we will discuss the final documents via phone or Zoom and once everything is satisfactory we will make arrangements for you to come to our office and we will meet you in the parking lot, or will leave the documents in a safe, secure location. We will maintain safe social distancing but will be there every step of the way to work with you as a team to make sure your documents are properly executed.
Should you wish to have the documents executed with your own notary and witnesses, we will provide specific written instructions which will give you guidance to properly execute your documents.
Our goal is to ensure proper execution of your Florida estate planning documents so you can set them away during this difficult time.
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