Amid the chaos of COVID-19, estate planners and elder law attorneys across the country are busy fielding calls and questions about how to prepare for the global pandemic. After all, aside from drafting and executing estate planning documents, these lawyers offer peace of mind to clients—and that peace of mind is invaluable. So, whether you are facing a global pandemic or a smaller personal crisis, here are the top five planning tools to offer that peace of mind.
In short, if your plans include social-distancing, self-quarantine, or even just a shelter in place at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, take the time to review your plans and your estate. See if your estate plan still meets your needs. You may need an attorney to review whether your existing documents still fit your current goals. In any case, know that your attorneys are working hard to bring you the peace of mind you deserve — whether you are in a crisis or not.