Scot Kirkpatrick quoted in "More Georgians rushing to write wills during coronavirus pandemic"
In an article published on April 17, 2020 in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Scot Kirkpatrick discusses the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on wills for Georgia residents.
With an increase in COVID-19 cases throughout the state of Georgia, residents have been seeking out advice on end-of-life affairs including wills and advance directives. Kirkpatrick explained that he has seen a rise in caseloads from residents of all ages and that drafting such documents during a pandemic has presented its own share of challenges.
Due to rising concerns over the pandemic, local attorneys have seen an increase in drafting estate planning and medical power of attorney documents. Kirkpatrick shared that he has clients who have made completing this paperwork a priority and are racing to do so.
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