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Complications of Working Remotely

Getting clients to complete and sign estate-planning documents can be a challenge

One aspect of day-to-day life that seemingly changed overnight sometime in March 2020 was the exodus of office workers retreating to their homes to work remotely for the foreseeable future. Trusts and estates attorneys were, and still are, included in this group of office workers who are remotely working from home until the pandemic makes it safe to return to the office. 


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