People: Probably the most important thing to review is the people you have named and the specific benefits and responsibilities they are assigned. Are they still alive, relevant in your life, reliable? Also, keep in mind that beneficiaries you name in your will may be different than those listed on other financial plans such as a 401k or IRA. Check those documents as well and make sure everything is clear.
We encourage you to make an appointment with your attorney to review — or put into place — your estate plan soon.
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If it is necessary to come into one of our offices, you can rest assured that we are following all CDC recommendations including making sure surfaces are routinely disinfected.
As a law practice focused on the overall health and wellness of all families, we encourage you to use this time to reconnect with your family and practice moments of self-care and mindfulness. We’re all in this together!
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