Estate Planning and Coronavirus

Estate Planning and Coronavirus

With the rapidly escalating responses to the coronavirus pandemic, it is more important than ever to ensure that you have an appropriate estate plan in place – and in particular a valid enduring power of attorney and/or advance health directive, in order to ensure that you (or the people that you choose) can make decisions about personal and health care.

With the rapidly escalating responses to the coronavirus pandemic, it is more important than ever to ensure that you have an appropriate estate plan in place – and in particular a valid enduring power of attorney and/or advance health directive, in order to ensure that you (or the people that you choose) can make decisions about personal and health care.

Ballantyne Law Group are able to help you at this critical time in a number of different ways, including:

  • using on-line forms;
  • videoconferencing meetings;
  • free initial telephone consultations;
  • fixed fee and fast turnaround time.

The unfortunate reality of the current situation is that many of us will get sick, and some of us will die – we should all be doing what we can to ensure that our families are protected.

Please contact us today on 07 5606 7332, or via our webform to make an appointment –  please let us know if you would like a telephone or videoconference appointment.

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