No Visit Estate Plan

Tel: 314-727-0163

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There is no doubt COVID-19 has changed how people interact and how business is being conducted.  As an essential business, law firms are still open during this time.  We respect and honor the social distancing and stay at home orders, and as such now offer a way to fully implement an estate plan (will, trust,etc.) with no need to meet in person.  In fact, Missouri Governor Parson recently signed Emergency Order 20.08 which suspends the requirement of notaries to witness signatures in person.  This means your document signings and witnessing can be done without everyone being physically present in the same room.  The order authorizes this to be accomplished via video conferencing.  Attorney Chris Cox is a notary public, which greatly streamlines this process.

Our "No Visit" estate plan option includes:

  • Conferences conducted via phone or video conferencing via FaceTime or Zoom
  • Witnesses can be in person or as a video conference
  • Signing and notary services via video conference
  • All documents sent electronically

Please contact our office to learn more about how we can help you create an estate plan without the need to leave your home.  Please call 314-727-0163 to speak with estate planning attorney Chris Cox or schedule an online consultation.

Office Location

Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C.
13321 N. Outer 40 Rd.
Suite 600
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Tel: 314-727-0163
Fax: 314-448-4300

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Business Hours

We are here to serve you during the following business hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed




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