Texas legal aid organization reminds residents to take care of wills, amid COVID-19 surge
Officials with The Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid say there are 12 legal documents you should have in place for your family, should the worst happen.
The organization says the recent surge of coronavirus is a grim reminder to have certain legal documents in place, before it’s too late.
Attorney’s says if you become sick and are unable to make decision for yourself, there are certain documents you need to have in place sot that family and friends can help with your needs.
Documents like a last will and testamate, to make sure your property goes to the right person.
A durable power of attorney will allow someone to take care of your financial need, and a medical power of attorney which will allow someone to make medical decisions if a doctor says you are not able to on your on.