CPLS is hosting a FREE webinar on Electronic Wills, Remote Notarization & Other Scary Things. Join us on Friday, October 16th, 2020 at 12 p.m. via Zoom. The webinar will be hosted by Hallie Zobel. Attorney Zobel has been a probate and estate planning attorney serving the Central Florida community for over 30 years.
Electronic Wills and COVID-19
In the era of COVID-19, many hospitalized or older Americans have been forced to address the possibility that they will need to create a will and plan their estate. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- A large part of the will and estate planning can be done from home.
- If you choose to go this route, your attorney will forward you the documents and instructions on how to sign them.
- Some trusts have different notarization requirements. Some states do not require notorization. In that case, you can sign the trust. A notary can then acknowledge the signature later when it’s safe. You must speak with an attorney on how to proceed with your will and estate planning.
FREE Webinar on Electronic Wills, Remote Notarization & Other Scary Things
Friday, October 16th, 2020 at 12 p.m.
Hosted by Hallie Zobel, Esq.
Hallie Zobel, Esq.
Attorney Zobel has been a probate and estate planning attorney serving the Central Florida community for over 30 years. She is a home-grown lawyer. Zobel attended Winter Park High School and Stetson University where she earned her B.A. in Business Administration, before attending Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. Early in her legal career, she was a litigator, handling both criminal and civil jury trials. She developed a genuine interest in the care and well-being of seniors while volunteering at a local nursing home, which shifted her practice significantly towards elder law.
Given her litigation, probate, guardianship, and estate planning background, she has the knowledge, skills, and experience to handle complex elder law litigation issues, trust litigation issues, and guardianship litigation issues with a high degree of competence. Her current practice includes probate, guardianships, estate planning, trust administration, and helping families with special needs, and seniors with end of life issues.
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