Was your wedding affected by COVID-19?

Due to COVID-19, many places are canceling or postponing weddings, but for many couples, the accommodations offered at the venue don’t work for them.

We are here to help. We can review your contract and let you know your options.

Has your wedding date changed?

Don’t forget to do the following:

  • Contact sellers
  • Reschedule cosmetic appointments
  • Rescheduling combinations
  • Communicate with wedding guests
  • Update your wedding website
  • Submit a new ‘Save Dates’ or ‘Change Dates’

Are you preparing to plan your wedding?

Make sure you are protected. Many couples and wedding venues are experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19. With so many places affected financially, many places and vendors may have to close their doors even after the health crisis is over. We can review your contracts before signing so you are protected.

Do you think you might need a prenuptial agreement or a postnuptial agreement?

It’s more important now than ever to protect your assets and protect yourself from your partner’s debts as well. We remain open during this health crisis and can conduct phone or video consultations. We also offer alternative options for carrying out contact documents so you can clear something else off your to-do list during this time.

Protect your lasting happiness with estate planning.

If current events show us anything, it’s that life is precious and we should do everything we can to protect our loved ones. Why shouldn’t this include putting your estate planning in place? We can conduct telephone or video consultations and we offer alternative options for carrying out contact documents.

Let us help you through these times of uncertainty. We offer free telephone consultations.

Please call our office at 214-559-7202 or call us to set up your complementary consultation with an attorney experienced in family law or estate planning.

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