Yes, now is a very important to get some estate planning documents. The most important is a living will/durable power of attorney for healthcare, in case you have to be hospitalized. However, a regular power of attorney can be just as important, in case any financial or personal decisions have to be made while you are incapacitated. Finally, if, God forbid the worst happens, now is an important time to have a will or a trust.
Can you get these items and remain socially distanced - YES!
All of the planning can easily be done remotely - even over the phone. Furthermore, the Missouri Governor recently issued an executive order allowing for notarization to be done remotely, so even that does not require personal contact. So Contact me now for help with all of the above.