Do you and your loved ones have an updated Last Will and Testament? Public-health experts are projecting that millions of Americans may be killed by the Coronavirus in the coming months.
Spivak Law Firm is committed to helping families achieve their estate planning goals even during this crisis. We are handling all requests by telephone and email only in order to exercise social distancing and ensure our clients’ safety. In most cases, we are able to provide the Last Will and Testament to our clients by email on the same day that they retain us to draft the document.
A Last Will and Testament describes your wishes. It lists your beneficiaries, including specific family members and any charities. It names the executor of your will who can be trusted to carry out your wishes.
It also includes your directions for who will care for your children and your property, as well as directions for whether your body will be buried, cremated, or donated for purposes of medical research.
Having a will gives you peace of mind. It puts you in control over how your assets will be distributed. Without a will, such decisions are left to the courts.
We also recommend working with an attorney to draft a Power of Attorney to carry out your wishes regarding your health and finances if you become too sick and incapacitated due to the coronavirus.
At Spivak Law Firm, we understand that discussing death or a major medical emergency can be emotional and difficult. But we also understand the importance of preparing for the future.
Friendly and welcoming, we treat our clients with compassion, dignity, and respect. For a free phone consultation to discuss your Last Will and Testament, call Spivak Law Firm at (412) 344-4900 or toll free at (800) 545-9390.