When I started practicing law in 1997 internet legal research had just taken off. Attorneys suddenly had powerful research tools giving them access to huge databases of law. Then came the amazing software for word processing and law office management. By year 2000 most lawyers had adapted to the digital disruption by acquiring these electronic capabilities. The lawyers who refused to learn the technology found themselves out-powered by those who embraced it.
Today, we carry cell phones that are more powerful than the laptop I used in law school. Now we have secure cloud-based data storage, making cyberspace part of the workplace. This connectivity has given attorneys the ability free themselves of the tether of the law office. Yet attorneys are still insisting that clients go to their office for their living trust or will. Never mind the fact that most of our clients are old, and many with to avoid contagion.
While many attorneys are discovering the advantages of going mobile, the Living Trust Source has always recognized the value of offering these flexible estate planning services. This is where important documents are kept, and the client feels most comfortable. Our customers, especially the elderly or infirm, deeply appreciate our house calls. We enjoy seeing the client’s relief when their estate is in order. If you or family members prefer not to travel, but need a living trust or last will, consider a mobile attorney.
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