Yes! Estate planning can be done remotely from the comfort of your own home.
At PathFinder, our clients’ health and safety are of the utmost importance. We understand the concerns with COVID-19 at this time and are here to help you – even if your concerns go beyond estate planning. Which is why our team is working hard to help our clients remotely with our full range of services.
Important Update: On April 10, 2020, Governor Hogan signed an Executive Order allowing Maryland Residents to remotely sign Wills, Revocable Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Advance Directives. Read more here.
Fortunately, in the state of Maryland, estate planning can continue to be completed over the phone, through video calls, emails, and traditional mail. Our team collaborates with you to determine the safest and most convenient solutions for your individual needs. We take all your concerns into consideration when providing our services and keep you updated throughout the entire process.
In the case where notaries and witnesses are necessary, we use as many remote solutions as possible. When in-person signatures or witnesses are required, we take the necessary precautions and ensure social distancing. Our team practices the utmost care when providing these in-person services by following proper safety protocols, including keeping an appropriate distance from our clients. No matter the case, we provide solutions to accomplish our clients’ estate planning goals and ensure their safety.
Our offices remain open and our team is able to remotely provide our full range of estate planning services during this time. If you need estate planning assistance, please call us at (410) 296-6777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule a Zoom Video Meeting or telephonic, please visit our Calendly here for Adam Zimmerman or contact Kelly Krumpe directly at email@example.com.