Ron Taylor, 39, of Nashville, and his wife, Erin, wanted to finalize their estate plans this month.
There was one problem: COVID-19. Their two sons have severe respiratory problems from cystic fibrosis. Putting them at risk of getting the virus was a no-go.
“Nobody has been in the house,’’ said Taylor, a construction manager who works from home due to the pandemic. “We haven’t been out of the house. We can’t go out.”
It’s complicated to put together a will while social distancing but not impossible. Unsurprisingly, many attorneys say that professional advice is needed. But it’s also possible to put together a simple will and advance directives without a lawyer or even a notary in Tennessee.
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