Covid 19 Tip #2: Covid 19 has made a lot of people stop at look at their own mortality. It has made most of us feel vulnerable in ways that we haven’t before. No matter your viewpoint on what’s going on, I think we can all agree that this event is unprecedented and something we would never haven imagined would happen in our lifetimes.
What if you get sick? Well, depending on your health status and age group, the odds may be in your favor. You may not be too worried. Or you may have reason to be worried, or at the very least, cautious.
Most of us do have someone depending on us. Whether we have minor children, an elderly parent, a person with a disability, pets, or employees. Some people have all of the above.
And it isn’t just coronavirus that can make us sick or lead to a hospitalization. It is just that coronavirus has made us all think a little harder about how intertwined we all are.
So, let’s prepare. Expect the best but prepare for the worst.
If you were to become very ill and needed to put every ounce of your energy into surviving and getting better for even a short time, what would happen to those who are depending on you? What would happen to the property you have worked so hard to acquire and maintain?
We can help you draft specific powers of attorney for your situation. These documents can give legal authority to someone else to take over if you cannot take care of things for a bit.
Being prepared could be the difference between your loved one, pet, or business surviving a crisis while you recover. A bit of advanced planning and organizing, plus having the right legal documents can help preserve your property.
We can prepare these documents while still maintaining social distance. Phone conference, teleconference and email are all ways to get things done while following the rules. We are set up to help. Our consult fees are waived through April 10, 2020. Call us or email us today. Se habla español