Our law office and the Coronavirus Pandemic
We encourage clients who need advice to consider having their appointment with us by phone, Facetime or Skype. We are equipped to easily do a conference call or a video conference call. You can include out of town family members if you want.
We encourage clients who need probate help to have their appointment with us by phone. We can prepare probate papers and email them to you for signature.
You can accomplish your estate planning from home.
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, if you prefer, we have developed a system that will allow you to accomplish writing a will or a trust or a medical power of attorney without your ever leaving your home and without our coming to you.
Here’s how it works:
- You call us at 520-750-1061 to set an appointment to speak by phone with Mr. Bartlett. Mr. Bartlett speaks with you to learn about your assets, your income, and how you want your property to pass. During that phone appointment, you will tell Mr. Bartlett whether you want a Will or a Trust. At the conclusion of this phone appointment, you will set a time for a second phone appointment to sign your documents.
- Mr. Bartlett will prepare your will, trust and medical power of attorney.
- Mr. Bartlett will send the draft will, trust and/or medical power of attorney to youby email or through our client portal.
- You will let us know, after you have reviewed these documents, whether you want us to make any changes.
- At the second phone appointment, you will gather two witnesses, perhaps your own family members or friends, to witness your signing the documents. Mr. Bartlett will be present by phone to coordinate the document signing.
- There is no legal requirement for a notary public to notarize a will or a trust or a medical power of attorney.
- You can email us a copy of the signature pages of the signed documents.
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