Phoenix – Radix Law is excited to announce the launch of a new virtual service that allows people to do their estate plan without ever having to leave their house. Radix Law recognizes that times are changing, and it is important to be flexible and adaptable to practical barriers to doing estate plan signings in person.
“What people may or may not know is that you need two witnesses and a notary – and that has always been the challenge for moving a service such as estate planning online,” said Jonathan Frutkin, founder and principal of Radix Law. “We are working with our partners to make this a possibility for the first time.”
The virtual estate planning route is quicker and helps those wishing to practice social distancing and can be done from any location in the world. In addition, during this difficult time, Radix Law is discounting its estate planning rates by reducing costs by a third.
“We recognize that people are reducing costs across the board – but planning your wishes or even who can carry out those wishes, is something that can’t be put on the backburner,” said Frutkin.
While you do still need two witnesses and a notary attend a signing, the Radix system allows you to do all that from your home, only using a computer.
The estate planning complete package also includes a durable health care power of attorney – which is necessary to let your loved one make decisions during a medical crisis. Radix Law believes everyone should have a plan in place. The Arizona Attorney General has a free form which you are able to download and use here.