San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) June 8, 2020 – Gilfix & La Poll Associates LLP has launched a program to offer free basic estate planning documents to frontline health care workers in the San Francisco Bay Area during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Palo Alto-based law firm is extending three core estate planning documents – a will, a durable power of attorney and an advance health care directive – to essential workers to thank them for their service. Doctors, nurses, medical support workers, EMTs, police officers, firefighters and other frontline workers dealing with the COVID-19 crisis are eligible for the free legal documents.
“We wanted to do our part in giving back to all the frontline workers who are courageously helping to keep our community safe and healthy through the COVID-19 crisis,” said estate planning attorney Mark Gilfix. “Our team at Gilfix & La Poll Associates is offering three crucial estate documents, no strings attached, ensuring they are covered in case they face their own health challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.”
Everyone needs legal documents in place as part of a basic estate plan. These documents are critically important in light of the coronavirus pandemic, especially for anyone who has children or who owns a home. They allow loved ones to act in emergencies or in case of illness or incapacitation. They allow one to take control of an uncertain future, and to empower those they trust to help them in a time of need, without having to go to court.
To learn more about the estate planning program for essential workers, contact the Gilfix & La Poll Associates legal team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gilfix & La Poll Associates is the preeminent law firm in the Silicon Valley and Bay Area dedicated to estate planning, special needs planning and elder law.
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