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R. Keith Morris III, a shareholder with Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr. Courtesy photo

These are unprecedented times, and it’s completely natural for people to begin questioning whether they have legal affairs in order, so that their loved ones and assets are protected if the unexpected should happen. Surveys have shown more than half the population does not have an estate plan on file. Now, more than ever, it’s a critical consideration for front-line health care workers in Houston’s overwhelmed hospital systems. And based on recent guidance from the Houston Independent School District, the importance of estate planning extends to teachers. The fact remains that it’s good advice for every individual to have an estate plan, regardless of an immediate health threat.

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