Free Estate Plans For Healthcare Providers Covid 19
Written by Michelle N. Ogborne

Free Estate Plans for Healthcare Providers Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic

At Ogborne Law, PLC, we’ve seen COVID-19 spread quickly throughout Arizona and other areas of the US.

These uncertain times remind us of how important it is to have an estate plan in place. All over the US, people are making new estate plans and revising old ones to make sure their estate is protected just in case they may become infected with a virus that not too many people know a lot about.

While some Americans can work from home, our healthcare providers are still out working in hospitals and physician’s offices all across the nation. Our medical professionals are risking their own health to fight for those infected with the COVID-19 virus. We at Ogoborne Law, PLC are grateful for all of the sacrifices our healthcare providers are making and their dedication to public health.

To show our appreciation, we are providing FREE Estate Planning* for eligible medical professionals**.

How to Get Started

To get started simply fill out our eligibility form below. Once you submit the form, we will get in touch with you to schedule your FREE conferencing appointment via phone or video.

Download our Fact Sheet, print it out, completely fill it out, and email it to

Download Fact Sheet

If you have questions or concerns about the information you need to fill out on the form, contact our law office at 480.525.9877 or by sending an email to

*Free Estate Plans for Medical Professionals include a Last Will and Testament (simple), Healthcare POA, Living Will, Durable Financial POA. 1 free plan per couple. This offer is subject to change and is a limited time offer.

**Medical professionals are defined as people working fulltime in a Health Care Clinic, Doctor’s office, Hospital, or any other healthcare facility that has personal contact with patients whether they tested positive or negative for COVID-19. For the husbands and wives of medical professionals, we are currently offering deferred payments for estate plans up until 60 days after the stay-at-home order in Arizona is lifted.

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