14 Apr Mortality & Procrastination | Get Your Estate Plan in Place Now
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected each of us differently. Since the onset of this awful virus, I have been swamped with clients who have realized their mortality. The grave reality of the unknown future has encouraged many of my clients to put an Estate Plan in place.
There are several reasons why I believe our current situation provides an excellent opportunity to take care of this important matter of business.
“No Time” is No Longer an Excuse
Most of the world has quickly come to a halt. With ‘safe at home’ orders, closed businesses, and canceled events, we find ourselves with extra time in our schedule! There is nothing more important than using this time wisely to plan for your future.
Although this process can be intimidating, it doesn’t have to be. We work with you to make this process simple and straight-forward, walking you through each step of the process. Do not miss this opportunity to spend time getting your Will or Estate Plan in place!
Plan for Your Family
We all want to make sure that our families are taken care of upon our passing. Getting your Will or Estate Plan in place will eliminate added stress upon your family members during an already stressful time. An estate plan not only protects your assets, but it also protects your family during a time of grief!
No matter your age or financial status, a plan for the future is the best way to protect both your wealth and your assets for your beneficiaries. Setting aside time to put these important plans in place is one of the best ways to care for your family long into the future.
Prepare for The Unknown
Contrary to popular belief, an Estate Plan is not only valuable upon your passing but it is also important during times of extreme illness. Your Estate Plan can also address what will happen if you are unable to communicate your wishes during a time of illness. By establishing a Power of Attorney, you are electing an individual to handle your personal affairs until you can resume that position.
This is just one of the many reasons why an adult of any age needs to put an Estate Plan into place. The future is unknown, but with this simple document, you can eliminate many of the “what ifs” of the situation.
Contact-Free Estate Planning
At Gary Crews Law, your health and safety are our top priorities. Because of this, we are careful to practice proper social distancing procedures using contact-free estate planning. In fact, we are able to complete the entire Will or Estate Planning process without any physical contact!
Although it may not seem like it at the moment, the COVID-19 pandemic will eventually come to an end. Life will once again return to normal, your calendar will fill up, and important tasks like putting an Estate Plan in place will fall to the wayside.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to ensure that your estate is in order. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation!