Don’t Forget This Important Document During Back-to-School Planning
As you prepare your child for school, are you prepared if something happens to you? Most parents or legal guardians don’t have a written plan for what happens if they should pass away.
A simple will or other estate documents can help ease the burden of those left behind should the unexpected occur, as well as communicate your wishes to your family and children. Putting off an estate plan is common; no one wants to think about the worst-case scenario. However, recent events have shown us that the unexpected can be, well, unexpected, so it’s best to act sooner rather than later.
Zant Law Firm P.C. makes the process as quick and convenient as possible. Their mobile office is a little too small to comply with CDC-recommend safety precautions, but they can still come to you. First, they can gather information by phone or video conference and then meet at your home or another location where there is room for social distancing to finalize the paperwork.
Alexandria Zant, an attorney and owner of Zant Law Firm P.C., is an El Paso native and Andress High School grad, who graduated with honors earning both her bachelor's degree and law degree from Texas Tech University. She's actively involved in the community, serving as a past president of the El Paso County Trial Lawyers Association (2010 and 2012), a past president of the El Paso Women’s Bar Association (2013), and a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association (2007-2020).
That means it's important to her that her law firm puts clients' needs first. Many law firms specializing in estate planning either don't offer remote document execution or charge a large fee. Others can take a long time to draw up the documents. Zant Law Firm P.C can meet you anywhere for a small fee, and they can usually have drafts and documents ready in less than one week.
They make it easy to knock out these very important planning documents so you can rest easy knowing your family's future is secure ... and then get back to other pressing things, like juggling your children's schedules and hunting down school supplies.
Ready to get started? Call 915-799-0993 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.