Financial Planning Insights

COVID-19 and the Importance of Estate Planning Documents

By Kelly Mould | Johnson Financial Group • April 07, 2020

1 minute read time

For some it can be uncomfortable to contemplate estate planning, but in these uncertain times it is more important than ever that you have these documents in place.

Johnson Financial Group’s Kelly Mould, SVP Wealth Team Lead, explains why it’s so important to have up to date estate planning documents to ensure that your wishes are represented in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

*Wisconsin was expected to peak 4/27/2020 at the time this post was published and is subject to change.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kelly Mould

Kelly Mould

SVP Wealth Team Lead, JD, CTFA, CWS®, CDFA® | Johnson Financial Group

As Senior Vice President, Wealth Sales Team Lead, Kelly develops long-term relationships and provides comprehensive wealth solutions to her clients. She oversees and manages a knowledgeable team of wealth professionals in the Racine and Kenosha area.