May 5—In this time of uncertainty, many are anxious about what they need to do to ensure their affairs are in order. What do I do if I get sick or I’m quarantined? Who will handle my affairs? How do I even get these documents signed? National Director of Family Legacy Planning, Marguerite Weese, provides some valuable guidance as you consider the importance of keeping your key documents up to date, particularly during these turbulent times.
Protecting your information is one of our top priorities, but we can’t always be where you are. It’s essential that you understand how your technology, and the way that you use it, could be putting you at an increased risk for a cyberattack. Wilmington Trust and M&T have partnered to deliver a digital, interactive experience that allows you to take a new perspective on the technology in your home, at your office, and while you travel.
The coronavirus pandemic, with its tragic attendant death toll, has focused people’s attention on mortality. Now more than ever, you will want to ensure that your clients’ settlement obligations are secured with appropriate life insurance and probe its value as a marital asset. This article was published in the April 22, 2020 issue of FamilyLawyerMagazine.com.