April 13, 2020

COVID-19 Trusts and Estates

Trust & Estate Matters

The Coronavirus pandemic and related relief legislation has implications for your estate planning. During these uncertain and challenging times it is important that your estate planning documents are up to date and the title and beneficiary designations of your assets are coordinated with your estate plan. Below are some articles related to some estate planning implications specific to the pandemic and related relief legislation. Our attorneys and staff are working remotely full time, so do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

COVID-19 and Estate Planning

Vermont Implements Remote Notary Authorization

More questions about how COVID-19 impacts trust and estate planning? Contact a member of our Trust and Estate team.

Willemien Dingemans Miller

Tom Csatari

Jake Wheeler

Alison Sherman

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