Even in a Pandemic, individuals still have a need to create and modify estate planning documents, such as Wills and Trusts, as well as other contingency documents, such as Powers of Attorney and Medical Contingency Documents.
The Law Offices of Davis McCown is open during the Pandemic and working to assist you. Many of our normal procedures are particularly helpful during the Pandemic. These include:
- Use of a secure messaging system and secure portal for the submission of Estate Planning information by the client;
- Use of a secure messaging system and secure portal for the transmission of proposed and completed documents to the client;
- Use of online conferencing systems to consult with clients and potential clients;
- Use of secure messaging to send and receive communications from clients;
- Assistance in obtaining electronic notary services for execution of certain documents (not including wills);
- Assistance in obtaining traveling notary services for execution of certain documents;
- Preprinting final documents in order to minimize time in the office for documents executed in the office.
Our use of a secure messaging and portal system, in combination with phone and internet conferencing, allows the preparation of your estate documents without leaving your home. The only time that you may be required to appear in the office is during the actual execution of the documents.
Please call if you would like to discuss estate planning or probate issues. 817-284-0292. There is no charge for phone or office conferences in the event that you do not decide to engage my services. If you would like me to contact you, please use my Contact Form.
Thank you for your interest in these articles. Please remember that these articles are designed to provide general legal information and may not apply to specific legal situations. Legal matters can be complicated by issues outside of the scope of our articles. Publishing these articles does not constitute legal advice on the part of Davis McCown, Attorney at Law. Neither review of any article, nor use of the information provided, constitutes an attorney/client relationship. It is recommended that all estate planning documents and decisions be discussed with a qualified attorney.