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Tom Jones (left) and Jasmin Severino Hernandez, Chamberlain Hrdlicka. (Courtesy photos) Tom Jones (left) and Jasmin Severino Hernandez, Chamberlain Hrdlicka. (Courtesy photos)

In this time of COVID-19 contagion, as in other times of crisis, challenges as well as opportunities abound. During these recent weeks, we, as estate planning lawyers, have been pursuing such questions as: How do you validly execute wills and other estate planning documents when “social distancing” is required? What types of estate planning options are best suited to these unique times, characterized by falling assets values and declining interest rates What tax and other financial benefits has Congress provided to help our business and estate planning clients weather the storm of the pandemic?

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