Coronavirus and Your Estate Plan 101: The Need for Power of the Attorney

Coronavirus and Your Estate Plan 101: The Need for Power of the Attorney

According to reports, coronavirus infection comes with minor, flu-like symptoms including fever, cough, muscular pain, fatigue and trouble breathing. As the condition progresses, you might experience severe pneumonia, sepsis, acute respiratory syndrome, and septic shock that cause death. The condition is prevalent in people with an existing chronic condition, though it has also been seen…

Coronavirus and Estate Planning 101: How to Mess up Your Estate Plan

Coronavirus and Estate Planning mistakes

Coronavirus is here with us, and in the quest to have an estate plan as fast as possible, many people are making many mistakes that ruin the chances of the family to survive when they are gone. Remember that in your rush to have an estate plan in place, you might end up with a…

Estate Planning in the Face of Coronavirus

Estate Planning in the Face of Coronavirus

A few months ago, no one outside the medical fraternity had heard or come in contact with coronavirus. Now, the top news on all news stations is the virus and its effects. The epidemic is spreading at a very fast rate, faster than any other previous disease that has been recorded. The condition is feared…