Is Your Estate Plan Strong Enough To Take On The Coronavirus?

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Coronavirus has been making headlines across the globe

With the World Health Organization declaring the Coronavirus outbreak to be a public health emergency of international concern, families everywhere are doing what they can to prepare for the growing possibility of the virus reaching their homes. However, the most important planning you can do in preparation might just be your Estate Planning.

What could Estate Planning have to do with the Coronavirus?

If you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail. As the Coronavirus spreads, families across the US are preparing their families for an emergency.. It is no secret however that when it comes to estate planning, over 60% of families have done little to no planning whatsoever. While it is hard to compare the importance of putting planning in place for your estate and a spreading disease, both are important and share a surprising overlap.

Gentreo offers the solution to Disease and Estate preparation

Washing your hands and covering your mouth when you cough are important for stopping the spread of disease. However, if you or a loved one gets sick and can’t make choices on your own for how to get treated, how can you know that your wishes are in the best hands?

This is where Gentreo steps in and offers the perfect solution. Creating a Healthcare proxy and others estate planning documents like it is a crucial step to planning for the future. With a healthcare proxy in the hands of your trusted friends and family, you can rest assured that no matter the threat, you are prepared to be taken care of even in an outbreak scenario.

Using Gentreo, you can easily create your estate planning documents such as Healthcare proxies, Powers of Attorney, Wills and Emergency cards that offer important medical information for emergency situations.

Best of all, Gentreo offers our family vault where you can store and share your important documents with your trusted friends and family. In the event of an emergency, everyone knows where to go to find critical information and documents to make sure your family is protected. Gentreo gives you the tools and resources to make sure your family is prepared and help you sleep at night.

Get familiar with Gentreo by signing up today and creating your own free emergency card.

Don’t wait until it’s too late; start your estate planning journey with Gentreo today. By doing so, you’ll not only protect your loved ones but also gain the peace of mind that comes with knowing your legacy is secure.  Click here to join now.

This article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Consult with a qualified attorney or estate planning professional for personalized guidance.



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