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FREE Healthcare Powers of Attorney

During this time of uncertainty, our firefighters, police officers, EMTs, paramedics, and healthcare providers are standing tall to make sure you and your loved ones are cared for to the best of their abilities. While the rest of the world is practicing social distancing, these individuals are fearlessly providing care at close proximities. To each of you, we offer our heartfelt thanks.

As a law firm practicing in estate planning, asset protection, and estate settlement and probate, there is little we can do that would measure up to the care this particular group is providing. However, we recognize the importance of some critical estate planning decisions that each person should make or review right now. Because of this we are aspiring to help First Responders & Healthcare Providers by offering FREE Healthcare Powers of Attorney to anyone who is a firefighter, police officer, EMT, paramedic, or a healthcare provider residing in Florida, New York, or Tennessee.

We recognize that the Healthcare Power of Attorney is only one piece of the estate plan each individual should have, but would like to provide these high risk individuals with the peace of mind that they will have the proper people in place to make healthcare decisions for them if they are not able to make these decisions themselves.

We are extending this offer to help First Responders & Healthcare Providers through April 15, 2020 at which time we will review our ability to continue to provide this service.

If you fall into one of these groups, and reside in Florida, New York, or Tennessee, please BOOK A CALL so that we can assist you with your free Healthcare Power of Attorney. Space is limited, so act quickly to ensure you can take advantage of this opportunity.

If you are not a first responder or in the healthcare industry, but know someone who can take advantage of this, we encourage you to share this information.

During these uncertain times, your estate plan may also need a review.  Check out our blog post on the COVID-19: Making Estate Planning Decisions Now and ask yourself a few questions!

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