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At Urban & Burt, Ltd. we are open and working to solve your legal issues. We believe that a client's relationship with their attorney is always a very personal one, that is why we have typically only conduct in person initial consultations. Due to the concerns with the CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 Public Emergency we have canceled all in person client meetings. We are however available to conduct consultations and meetings via scheduled phone or Zoom video conferences. Please contact us to schedule a 1/2 hour free phone consultation with an attorney. Our Attorneys and Staff are all working with full access to our phone system and computer network. We are receiving postal mail, however we request that clients consider sending all correspondence via email for faster response. Clients should contact their attorney for more information on the closure of the Courts and when pending motions or hearings will be rescheduled via Zoom Video Conferencing.

Power of Attorney Property

Executing a Power of Attorney for property can be a useful tool in case of a medical emergency or disability. The purpose of the document is to allow a named individual to perform financial and property transactions for you should that person receive written notice from your attending physician that you are not currently able to perform those functions. Although this document can be more limiting than a Revocable Living Trust, it can still be useful for the short term such as in the case of an emergency.