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Bored? Anxious? Kill two birds with one estate plan.

Last Will And Testament

People ask me all the time, “When is the right time to make a Will?”

I encourage them to rephrase the question to, “When is the right time to engage in estate planning?”

The answer is now!

The moment a person turns eighteen years of age they need an estate plan, even if they don’t have any money.

Estate planning is more than just making a Will. It’s also about planning for mental incapacity. Who will make health care decisions for you if you can’t? Who will manage your money or pay your bills if you are unable?

The best way to relieve boredom and anxiety are by taking action. In the Covid-19 era, boredom and anxiety are rampant, and the need for a solid estate plan is more important than ever.

And you don’t have to leave your home to execute a Will, Power of Attorney, or Health Care Proxy.

If you’ve been putting off estate planning, now is the time get over the mental hurdle and give me a call. I can be reached at 646-820-4011 and

Daniel J. Reiter, Esq.

Daniel J. Reiter, Esq.

Daniel J. Reiter is an attorney admitted to practice in New York. Mr. Reiter focuses in the areas of adult guardianship, mental health law, estate litigation, and Surrogate’s Court practice.

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