Within a very short period of time, everyone’s world has changed. We are all looking for ways to move to a more digital platform to avoid any unnecessary contact with the outside world. However, this could be a time that we use to take care of things we have been meaning to take care of. How can Stanley-Wallace Law help you to do that? Here are some things that we can help you cross off of your to-do list:
- Finalize your personal documents
Stanley-Wallace Law has streamlined the process of drafting the following documents:
- Last Will and Testament
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Living Will
Just contact us and we will send you our Personal Documents Questionnaire. Fill it out, return it to us (by email or mail) and we will begin drafting your personal documents. All you need to do from there is get it notarized and witnessed. We can do that for you when we begin accepting in-person appointments, or you can make an appointment with another notary in your area.
Finalizing your personal documents does not have to mean meeting after meeting with a legal professional. We strive to make it as quick, easy, and convenient as possible.
- Get that advice you need on your legal issue
Have a legal issue that has been bothering you for some time – particularly in the family law, succession, or workers’ compensation/personal injury area?
In light of recent events, the Stanley Wallace Law Firm is offering telephone and video conference consultations. You will be able to meet with one of our attorneys in the comfort of your home, whether by phone or Zoom video conferencing to discuss your legal issues.
This meeting does not obligate you to anything further with Stanley-Wallace Law, and we strive to give you as much information as we can during these consultations so you can have a better idea regarding how you would like to proceed.
- Get your documents together (If you have a current legal case)
If you are currently involved in a legal matter, this is a great time to get together those documents that you or your lawyer are going to need to move forward with the case.
In family law, some good examples might include:
- Bank records
- Social media records
This part of litigation is often time-consuming and frustrating for clients. In light of current events, this is a great time to get all of that information and those documents together and organized.
Contact Stanley-Wallace Law today
It’s important to keep your safety and health a top priority during this confusing time, but it’s also a good opportunity to get your affairs in order. That’s why our team at Stanley-Wallace is here to help. Give us a call today at 985-288-4621 to set up your phone or video conference consultation as soon as possible.