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The COVID-19 pandemic that hit the U.S. mid-March, introducing a new and dangerous virus, has made estate planning an urgent priority for many clients, as a way to reduce anxiety and plan for potential deadly outcomes.

Client concerns over mortality and being unable to handle their affairs, the ability to take advantage of certain financial techniques in estate planning, and political uncertainty have kept estate lawyers in the Philadelphia area busy since mid-March.

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Erica Silverman

 
 

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