Dear Clients and Prospective Clients,
Estate planning is always wise, and life is unpredictable. About 40,000 people die in car accidents every year, and none of them anticipated that happening at the beginning of the year. The goal of estate planning should always be to get it done in advance so that the plan is ready if something unfortunate and unexpected does happen.
With the recent updates and news about Covid-19 (the coronavirus), we want to share the measures that our office to taking to ensure the safety and well-being of all our clients, potential clients, and visitors. The first line of defense starts with you, our valued clients, potential clients, and visitors. While we love to greet our clients, we are no longer shaking hands or giving hugs. If you are feeling ill, we encourage you to stay home or seek appropriate medical assistance, even if your illness is not related to Covid-19. We require all employees to stay home if they are sick, or to immediately leave the office if they develop illness during the workday. Our conference room and office entry door handles are sprayed and wiped down after each meeting. Several times a day, we spray and wipe down shared office tools, such as copiers, refrigerator, counterspace, etc.
Many people put off writing a will. Say you do so for a few decades, thinking you still have time to get your estate plan together. Then, just before you actually get that plan down on paper, you pass away unexpectedly from a heart attack or in a car accident.