Estate Planning & Successions During COVID-19
We understand that family law, estate planning, and succession matters relating to the death of loved ones can be challenging enough on their own without the added stress of the COVID-19 crisis.
During this difficult time, our firm is here to help you navigate your unique situation to determine the best plan for you and your family.
In the midst of the pandemic in our community mandating a statewide stay-at-home order, our office is optimized to handle your legal matters without the necessity of you traveling to our office. We can conduct business by phone consultations, email, and videoconferencing. Our virtual office is fully equipped to handle your legal needs remotely.
We at the Brown Weimer law firm hope that the virus' impact on our community declines and that the “curve flattens” with the least amount of additional devastation to families in New Orleans, Louisiana and nationwide. However, for those of you worried that you or a loved one is not adequately prepared for the virus and the estate problems that could be created by your or a loved-one's death, our firm is offering our emergency Last Will and Testament services. Our attorneys, after consultation to determine the wishes of the person making his or her will, will draft the will, then travel to you–to the home, hospital, or nursing home (as long as the facility allows us access)– to have the will executed.
Covid-19, Coronavirus Concerns?
Until further notice, Brown Weimer LLC will offer as a first option telephonic appointments and/or videoconferencing as an alternative to in-office meetings. Our firm is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our clients and employees while also continuing to provide stellar legal services. Please join us as we strive to be responsible members of the community during this unprecedented time.
In addition, at Brown Weimer LLC we have created a special resource section dedicated to those in need of legal guidance during the COVID-19 crisis. We hope that you find our information helpful, as we are continuously updating it with current resources as they relate to the ever-changing coronavirus pandemic in our community.
Should you have any questions or need legal services during this time, please contact us by phone or email. We will all get through this together. Stay safe.