Over the last couple of months, the word, “essential” has taken on a whole new meaning for many of us. Estate planning is always an important tool, but during a time of crisis, the questions many of us are asking, especially those who are working on the front lines, can often be answered with a solid estate plan. Whether you’re working in healthcare, manufacturing, or even running your own business, your essential job likely means your worries are on overdrive. On this live #WebinarWednesday replay, Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney Robert D. Mannor, discusses the most important legal planning that every essential worker should have in place during the Coronavirus crisis.
Is This Essential Estate Planning for Essential Workers Webinar For You?
If you’ve been deemed essential during COVID-19 and worry about what would happen in the worst-case scenario, this webinar may be beneficial. On this webinar, Attorney Bob Mannor will also discuss important ways you can be sure you’ll get the type of care you prefer if you do become ill. Not only are you planning for your future and the future of your loved ones, but you’re planning for now.
What to do next? Are you an essential worker interested in estate planning?
As you’ll see, we have two easy ways for you to contact our team if you would like to move forward. Whether you know you’d like an appointment, or just have a question, read below to learn how to reach out.
Option 1: If you already know you would like a consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss the long-term care concerns you have for yourself or your loved one, then please contact us. This phone call will give you the chance to interview our firm to see if we’re the best fit for your needs. Our client services director will also ask you a few important questions that will ensure your appointment is scheduled with the correct attorney.
Option 2: If you’re not quite ready for an appointment, but have a question or concern for our team, please click here to contact our team and begin the conversation online. A member of our team will respond to you within 24 business hours.