I’ve been getting a ton of questions around estate planning and what important documents are needed in case of medical emergencies in the last few weeks.
Makes sense right? The current state of affairs with COVID-19 are highlighting just how important it is to have these items in place.
On Friday, Governor Hogan signed an Executive Order that allows attorneys to have our clients execute their estate planning documents virtually, so we can all ensure that we remain safe during the quarantine. This is MAJOR because now more than ever, we need to get our affairs in order.
We’re going to cover:
- The simple medical proxy document you need to have in place;
- Why EVERYONE needs an estate plan (even if you think you don’t have anything);
- The steps parents of minor children need to take to appoint a guardian for your children in case something happens to you;
- What every parent of college students needs to tell their children;
- What you need to do right now to plan for incapacity and death; and
- How this remote signing process works
Plus, there will be a Q&A session, so bring lots of questions.
You will leave this workshop with a better understanding of the Estate Planning Process, including a checklist to ensure that your family is protected.
There’s no better time than the present to get your affairs in order – and you can get some of these items in place easier than you might think!