It may appear that the coronavirus pandemic has shut down everything, including the law courts. Indeed, the legal system is now moving a little bit slower, but it does not mean that a court holiday has been declared. There are still matters a person must attend to that requires dealing with legal issues.
Establishing the trust is something that many must consider during this time. Coronavirus is not the Black Blague, but it can strike, and there have been many fatalities. Group legal plans provide pre-paid legal services that help a person prepare for many legal problems. Employers should take a moment and consider introducing this type of benefit.
Creating trusts requires paperwork, and many ordinary employees have no idea what type of information is needed. Going online and using templates may not be a good idea; professional help is essential. Countrywide Pre-Paid Legal Services offers a group legal plan benefit plan that can assist in everyday legal situations.
Revocable Living Trust
You could become incapacitated due to an illness or accident. A revocable living trust permits you to have your assets managed without needing court-appointed conservatorship. You can also decide for your assets to be used for the education of the children and designate graduate stages for inheritances. By establishing a trust, you are also protecting your children’s inheritance from creditors.
You need to establish a trustee and a document that specifies what you want to be done with your assets in the trust. Revocable, by the way, means that you can change your trust at any time. You will need somebody who understands legal terminology to set up a workable trust. Countrywide can help.
The Guidance of Professionals
The pre-paid legal services Countrywide provides are offered by our nationwide network of attorneys. These legal experts practice law in the communities where our client organizations do business. Social distancing is important, and our attorneys will accommodate that when you get in touch with them. The lawyers can provide necessary help remotely if that is what group legal plan member wants.
Perhaps an employee is already authorized trust documents from another source. A Countrywide attorney can do a review of the material, provided it is no more than six pages long. That is a valuable service we offer and there is more. Countrywide lawyers can make telephone calls and write letters on behalf of group legal plan members. This helps in coordinating all the material necessary for a reliable trust document.
Our lawyers provide the advice of a person needs to establish a trust. They can answer all questions, and we permit an unlimited number of telephone calls to the attorney in a given situation. We insist that as one of our pre-paid legal services, the attorneys show a great deal of empathy to the plan members. We understand that legal procedures are not always familiar to a person. Our attorneys have the communication skills required to make a person feel at ease and appreciated.
This Is an Opportunity for Employers
Benefits still provide incentives for employees to be loyal and productive. Decision-makers should keep this in mind and offer benefits that will persuade hard-working employees to remain. It is going to be necessary for an organization’s recovery from the quarantines.
We can tailor a group legal plan to the needs and wishes of the organization. We will explain our benefits and answer any questions about them. The client decides what benefits will be in the final plan, and we will provide the administration. What an organization gets is a benefit created by their input and service, which is some of the best in the industry.
The day will come when the coronavirus is in the past. Our benefits will be there for more extended periods, giving the type of service to employees who want them to have. If you have any questions about our benefits, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We want to share with you what Countrywide can do for your staff.