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Texas Residents Focusing More on Estate Planning During COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing a lot of important issues into perspective and many Central Texans are taking this as an opportunity to discuss the prospect of estate planning with their family, especially as the death toll continues to rise. As difficult a topic as death is, we must all be prepared for the future to ensure our loved ones are cared for during this already difficult and uncertain time.

Now that you and your family have some extra time to have these important conversations, take a moment to talk about what should be addressed in your estate plan and what is most important for you to get in order. Doing so will allow you to get the most from your initial consultation with your estate planning attorney.

Planning for the Future During an Uncertain Time

Although many of us are experiencing some financial difficulties due to this terrible pandemic, if you wish to create an estate plan, you should not rely on online sites that offer minimal tools to accomplish this task. Oftentimes, these sites are one-size-fits-all and are ineffective in addressing a family’s unique needs. Hiring an estate planning attorney will ensure the document you create not only addresses these needs, but also works under state guidelines.

Texas is seeing a larger number of positive COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. With so much uncertainty about the future and when this deadly pandemic will come to an end, it is crucial to ensure that your loved ones are well taken care of, even in your absence. Everyone will rest easier knowing that this safety net is in place no matter what the future holds.

Discuss your needs and concerns with our estate planning attorney as soon as possible. Our team understands the concerns clients may have regarding health and safety during these unprecedented times, so you can rest assured we will maintain social distancing guidelines, sanitize our tables, provide new pens, and wear masks to protect the wellbeing of everyone present.

Reach Out to Our Knowledgeable Estate Planning Team for the Guidance You Need!

If you and your family have concerns about the future and wish to safeguard it during this unprecedented time, you should schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney. At the Law Office of Nancy Perry Eaton, PLLC, our estate planning team has what it takes to help you prepare for the future and ensure your loved one’s needs are taken care of. You can rely on us to provide the legal advice you need to create the most effective estate plan, so you and your family can rest easy.

Call our law office today at (254) 221-8588 to set up a consultation with a member of our estate planning team and learn more about your legal options and what we can do for you.

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