Our latest advice piece on panic writing wills featured on HPE News. The last thing American’s want to do right now is panic write a will and miss vital information that could lead to negative implications later down the line for families.
“Don’t rush to write a will because of virus threat.
HIGH POINT — Local attorney Leigh Anne Kasias offers a concise but heartfelt and thoughtful message to anyone drawing up a will because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Don’t act out of panic.
Legal professionals say they note greater interest across the country about crafting wills and other end-of-life care documents because of the COVID-19 threat. But legal observers warn people who don’t have a will or power of attorney directive to avoid rash decisions that they or their loved ones may regret later.”