Keeping Wills Up to Date During COVID-19

At Murray Law Firm, our Stillwater estate planning lawyers are always ready to help. Watch this video about keeping wills up to date during COVID-19.

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Question:

Is it important to keep my will up to date during COVID-19?

Answer:

Keeping Wills Up to Date During COVID-19 COVID-19 has changed our lives. We are self-secluded in our homes. We have a lot of time on our hands. We are distancing ourselves from our loved ones, our families, our friends. For the next 30 days, we are going to be in isolation. We think about all the things in our life that we need to get done. We need to get our ducks in a row. We need to make sure our will, our durable power of attorney, and our healthcare directive are current.

The Murray Law Firm can help you do this. Contact us through email and Zoom and phone. We can get you all the information you need to return to us so we can produce these documents for you. We’ll make sure you can execute these matters in a safe manner. Call the Murray Law Firm today to get your ducks in a row and get your life organized, so you can have peace of mind for the next 60 to 90 days.


Do you have questions about the importance of keeping wills up to date during COVID-19?

Contact our experienced Stillwater estate planning attorneys at Murray Law Firm today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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