Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Jill Enders dive into the topic of the coronavirus. They talk about their own experiences at restaurants and grocery stores, before diving into how it can affect seniors and their families.
Joe and Jill highlight some of the necessary estate planning documents that seniors need to have in place. Joe emphasizes the need for a durable Power of Attorney (4:19), and announces that TuckerAllen will be creating free durable Powers of Attorney for those with a photo ID, who come to their Chesterfield location, between 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Monday, March 16, 2020, at 600 Kellwood Parkway, Suite 300, Chesterfield, Mo. 63017 (5:43).
Joe and Jill begin discussing safety within assisted and community living facilities and how these types of environments may be affected by the coronavirus and its ability to spread (8:41). They offer every day tips on how to better stay safe and healthy during this coronavirus outbreak (14:12). They also talk about how technology can assist society in how we function during these challenging times (21:00).
Joe also discusses the importance of having an emergency notification device that can help alert others of any type of emergency that can arise (23:20). He also describes each of the legal devices that make up a comprehensive estate plan and how they are essential with all of the health risks that have arisen (28:17).