Having you been putting off getting your estate planning done? You are not alone. The recent global health crisis is making many people pause and realize it is time to get their ducks in a row and get it done. At a minimum, you should have the following:
- Last Will and Testament
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Financial Power of Attorney
- Medical Directive / Living Will
Getting these basic legal documents taken care of will make a big difference for your family in the event something were to happen to you. Now is the time to take action and provide your family with the peace of mind of having your estate plan in order.
What to Expect - Curbside Document Signing
In an effort to help our community, our Covington office conveniently located on LA-21 near I-12, is currently still operating and assisting new clients in need of estate planning services. To protect the health of our staff, we are conducting all initial consultations via telephone.
During the initial free estate planning consultation, we will discuss your planning needs and objectives and make recommendations on how to best structure your estate planning documents given your specific planning needs. Thereafter, if you would like to move forward with getting your estate planning documents prepared, we will work with you to collect additional information needed to prepare your estate plan and begin the drafting process.
Once drafted, we will mail or email a draft of the documents to you and schedule time to go over everything via phone or video conference. Once everything is in order, we can coordinate a convenient time for you to come by our office to sign your documents. Currently, due to the situation, we are signing all documents with our clients curbside outside our office. There is no need for you to even get out of your vehicle to get your estate planning documents done.
We are trying our best to make it as easy as possible for our clients to get their estate planning documents completed during this global health crisis.