At Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick we have a process that allows you to create or update your estate plan virtually. You never have to leave the comfort and safety of your home or office to develop and sign your estate plan documents. Call or text 800-929-1725 for more information. In this video, Attorney and Partner John Perches explains how this works.
Summary of How We Create Your Estate Plan Virtually
Hi, my name is John Perches, and I want to share with you some innovations that we have begun here at Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick, with regard to our estate planning services.
First of all, and we’ve had this available to our clients for some time now, is that we offer both phone conferencing, and video conferencing to our estate planning clients for that initial consultation to discuss the estate plan with your lawyer.
Secondly, we have over the past couple of months been collaborating with software developers and have come up with a system that is essentially a client portal, that allows clients to be able to access the portal, to learn a little bit more about the estate planning process, and then to be able to enter the information that is required to generate the documents that will create the estate plan. The end result is that allows the lawyers here to be able to generate the estate planning documents in a fraction of he time that it used to take us.
Third, as explained in a recent video, Governor Abbott has changed the requirement for a notary to be physically present when witnessing signatures. Now online video notarization will allow our clients to be able to execute all estate planning documents from the comfort of their home or office. The end result of these innovations is that we are able to provide to our clients a quality estate planning product within 72 hours, in most cases, without the need for the clients to leave their home. And we’re pretty excited about that.
Let Us Help You Create Your Estate Plan from the Safety of Your Home
Call or text 800-929-1725 for more information and to arrange a video or phone conference appointment. Get peace of mind in these troubled times with an updated estate plan.