WHAT IS THIS GOING TO COST ME and HOW DO I START??
Perhaps the more important question might be, "What is this going to save me and my family?" If you've read the material so far, you probably have a pretty good idea of the high cost of doing nothing. A Trust, Will, Power of Attorney, one Deed to the Trust and an Advance Medical Directive will cost about $2,500 for a couple and $1,900 for a single. That is substantially less than probate, which AARP estimates to be between 6% and 10% of the total value of the estate. The preparation cost may be covered by your legal services plan or charged to your credit card.
How does it work? We will send you a simple checklist. Once you return it, we'll make recommendations and tell you the exact cost. There's no obligation and no cost if you decide not to go forward.
When you agree on a plan, we will prepare the documents and send them to you for review. In most cases, there is only one trip to our office for the formal signing. If you don't mind finding two witnesses and a notary on your own, you can sign the documents anywhere. The whole process can be done within a few days of your returning the checklist.
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