Estate Planning Attorney Explains New Federal Benefit For Funeral Expenses

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Professional Estate Planning Lawyers Educate The Public About A Funeral Reimbursement Opportunity Due To The COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency In The US

Keystone Law Firm is informed and ready to educate the public about a new funeral expense benefit. Qualified families who have lost a loved one due to COVID-19 can apply to receive up to $9,000 to cover funeral expenses. This funding benefit is provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). After January 1st, 2020, FEMA began accepting applications for these funeral reimbursement funds. If your loved one passed away after January 1st, 2020, due to coronavirus, Keystone Law Firm can determine whether your family qualifies to receive funeral reimbursement and assist with applying.

Keystone Law Firm is a well-respected practice that provides estate planning, long-term care planning, elder law, trust administration, special needs law, and probate administration. Their mission is to help families get their financial houses in order. Francisco Sirvent founded the firm to help families provide for their loved ones and live out their lives without the constant worry of money. Keystone Law Firm walks alongside their friends, family, and clients to make expert legal services accessible to all.

“To have a static estate plan in today’s ever-changing world makes no sense. Keystone Law Firm’s creation of an ongoing and dynamic process ensured that my estate plan will be relevant and applicable to current laws at the time my plan is needed. Total peace of mind.” – John Hagensen

At Keystone Law Firm, knowledgeable attorneys and staff work with clients to problem-solve and reach an optimal solution in all situations. When FEMA announced a new $9,000 funeral reimbursement benefit for COVID-19 related deaths after January 1st, 2020, Keystone Law Firm immediately made it their mission to inform the public about this program. New and existing clients can call Keystone Law Firm to discuss who can apply for this benefit, what expenses qualify, if a death can be called “COVID-related,” and how to apply. Keystone Law Firm is available and ready to educate the public about this new funeral expense benefit.

Francisco Sirvent and his team are dedicated to serving the community of Chandler, Arizona. The estate planning attorneys and legal team at Keystone strives to ease the burden of difficult long-term planning decisions during all stages of life. For more information about Keystone Law Firm, please visit their offices at 2701 W. Queen Creek Rd. #3 Chandler, AZ 85248, contact them via phone number at (480) 418-8448 or visit their website

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