You don't have to wait to move forward in setting up your Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney during this Coronavirus Pandemic.
Many people put off having their Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney and even their Health Care Proxy documents created.
Maybe its because it is a tough topic with many emotions attached
Maybe its because they just don't get around to it or
Maybe its because they just don't know how important these documents may be to you and your family.
Whatever the reason for delay, the time to act is now!Adhering to necessary social distancing during this time remains crucial, therefore rather than meeting in person to discuss these legal documents, we have a Power Point presentation we will send to you, which provides an easy to understand video of what each document is and its significance.
We also have an Estate Planning Questionnaire that will help to guide you through the items to focus on.
And, at Baron Law & Mediation, we don't just leave it at. We go the distance. After you've had a chance to view the power point and partially complete the questionnaire, we set up a virtual meeting (or phone meeting if you prefer) to discuss in detail the documents, which may be appropriate for you to have and why. We explain what assets pass through your Will and which pass outside your Will by operation of law and how to handle those items.
Very Important to consider in today's climate is the need to have a Health Care Proxy.Should you be in a situation in which you do not have the capacity to make your own health care decisions, your Appointed Health Care Proxy will have the power to collaborate with your physician and make decisions on your behalf.
Contact us at 978 674-8530 to help you prepare these IMPORTANT and NECESSARY Estate Planning Documents. We offer flexible scheduling. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. If you are in need of experienced Estate Planning Attorneys, we are here for you. It is our goal to take care of you ensuring you have the documents you need when you may need them.